Wise Living - Part 3 - Hope in Uncertainty

Jeremy Mulder

March 29, 2020 • Jeremy Mulder • 1 Peter 1, Certainty, Hope, Uncertainty, Perishable, Imperishable, Future, Promise, Jesus, Foreknowledge, Purpose

Peter writes to Christians who are living in uncertainty and he begins by reminding them of their foundation for hope. Jesus Christ has been revealed now so that, even in uncertainty, our faith and our hope are in God. That means rooting our lives in the imperishable inheritance that has been promised.

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