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Last Words

A series on the words Jesus spoke from the cross.

A Word of Surrender

Last Words - Part 4 • March 25, 2018 • Mark Rouse

For many of us, worry is a recurring trap in our life. We know it's unreasonable, unhelpful and even unhealthy. Yet, we just can't let go of the anxiety and stress. It's like a channel through which all our thoughts flow. But the biggest problem with worry is that is makes us forget that God cares for us. Discover how to let it go and trust him through surrender. YouVersion Bible app users can access the notes here: http://bible.com/events/383630 Let us know how we can pray for you or about any next step you're taking today: goo.gl/forms/60J0RTbmSIkjtAXj1

A Word of Hope

Last Words - Part 3 • March 18, 2018 • Mark Rouse

When it seems like a situation won't change or we can't see the light at the end of the tunnel, we can feel rather hopeless. But what if that's because we're putting our hope in the wrong things? Because of Jesus, every one of his followers has a hope that is firm and secure. Discover five reasons for hope that will anchor you in whatever storm you face. YouVersion Bible app users can access the notes here: http://bible.com/events/377613 Let us know how we can pray for you or about any next step you're taking today: goo.gl/forms/60J0RTbmSIkjtAXj1

A Word of Trust

Last Words - Part 2 • March 11, 2018 • Mark Rouse

Difficult times create questions. "Why is this happening?" "When will it end?" And sometimes that questioning can cause us to question God - his plan, his purpose, and his presence. But the presence of a storm doesn't mean God is absent. Discover the misconceptions of God that cause us to question him and learn how to trust him in the waiting. YouVersion Bible app users can access the notes here: http://bible.com/events/372965 Let us know how we can pray for you or about any next step you're taking today: goo.gl/forms/60J0RTbmSIkjtAXj1

A Word Of Forgiveness

Last Words - Part 1 • March 4, 2018 • Mark Rouse

There's something powerful about someone's last words, and that's especially true of the words Jesus spoke from the cross. Why? Because he endured his worst day so that we can endure ours. His worst day was caused by others, and yet he was able to forgive them. Discover how we can forgive those who have done us wrong. YouVersion Bible app users can access the notes here: http://bible.com/events/365279 Let us know how we can pray for you or about any next step you're taking today: goo.gl/forms/60J0RTbmSIkjtAXj1