Where is the Hope?

 - As a result of the terrorist attack on America, in a moment of time, Americans have gone from great hope, a bright future, and comfortable security to fear, insecurity, uncertaintyóeven despair:

In the wake of this tragedy, the repeated phrase on the lips of people and the words of the media is, "Things will never be the same. American lives will be changed forever."

The future is always uncertain in human terms. But there is a God, who knows the future and holds the future. He makes a promise to those who seek and follow Him. He holds a promise out for us, a promise He desires for us to accept and cling to, "For I know the plans I have for you," says God in the Bible.

How do I find that hope? In the person of Jesus Christ, who offers all who receive Him a future, even an eternity, that is certain: "We have this hope as an anchor for the soul, firm and secure."

Escape from Nihilism
J. Budziszewski
The story of one professor's journey to the abandonment of any moral or ethical code, and back to faith in Christ.

Through the Valley of the Shadow
Mark Perry
If it's time for me to go, I'm happy with that. I know I'm ready. God has shown me that something far better is waiting for me... Mark Perry knew what it was like to look death in the face--and triumph. In the fall of 1984, a mysterious growth occurred on the back of his neck. Finally, a biopsy from another growth on his arm revealed the devastating news: he was diagnosed with AIDS. He was given six months to live. Courageously, Mark passed away in 1987. But before his death, he shared his story with LIA staff member Bob Davies.

Principles of Christian Maturity
Dr. John Stoll
In this chapter we shall see examples of Faith and Promises in the Bible, where admonitions to Christian living follow.

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