Thursday, July 26, 2012

Trust, Hope, Obey

‎"By repenting of our hope in the promises of this world – the greatest of which become merely rusted metal and short-lived pleasures – and trusting in God's promises, we develop a new lifestyle of growing obedience to God, rather than following the cadence of our culture. And as our hope in God increases, our obedience to his commands becomes more consistent."

— Scott Hafemann, "The God of Promise and the Life of Faith"

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