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Setting Affections In Hope

Setting Affections In Hope


This message was part 1 of a two part teaching series and it lays out a context for biblical hope in light of the suffering of the church that will increase before the Return of Jesus and the Day of the Lord. If you would like to listen to part 2, go to Hastening The Coming Of The Lord.



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Setting Affections In Hope



1 Peter 1:13

  1. Our context for hope
    1. God’s original design-very good, harmony Genesis 1:31, 2:21-25
    2. Confession of our demise-very depraved, enmity Genesis 3:1-21(Colossians 2:20-23)
    3. Exalting our Deliverer by following in His steps, suffering to enter His glory Genesis 3:15, 1 Peter 2:20-21, 4:1-7
  2. Setting your affections in hope by fleeing the wrath to come
    1. Colossians 3:1-7, Matthew 3:7, John 1:29, 3:36, 1 Thessalonians 1:10, Hebrews 6:18

III.       Setting your affections for affliction that will produce an eternal glory

  1. Setting our affections- Matthew 16:21-28
  2. Made fit for the resurrection- Romans 8:18-25, 2 Corinthians 4:16-5:5

Not having a righteous of my own- Philippians 3:8-12

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Jeremy is a Bible teacher and church planter. Jeremy, his wife Jessica and their five children currently live in Bloomington, MN. As a family unit, the Johnson’s have a passion to see lost sinners turn to the Lord as they see the way of the cross lived out by the church.

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