This Sunday, January 29th, 2017, our guest speaker, Pastor Jack Groblewski from NC4 in Bethlehem, PA, continued our Over The Top series here at The Bridge Church in Denton, TX.

The Household Hope:

“And now these three remain: faith, hope and love. But the greatest of these is love,” (1 Corinthians 13).

When you are going Over the Top the path becomes more important that your attitude going up. We tend to not think about the path going Over the Top. 

Hope is the most foundational aspect that leads to faith and love. Hope is the ground upon which you express love, and is also the opportunity for which we get to grow from strength to strength as you go Over the Top. 

Each of us who hope in God are the the hope for our families. The hope that you hold is critical for your family.

When God created the community, He created it in to a family. The church is the family of God.

“So that, if I am delayed, you will know how each one must conduct himself in God’s household, which is the church of the living God, the pillar and foundation of the truth,” (1 Timothy 3:15).

Hope is intergenerational more than faith. Hope is the ground for faith to work intergenerationally. The authority of the Lord stretches out to every family across the Earth.

What you do has in impact on future family generations. Your hope influences the divine order through your family across generations.

The measure of your families sufficiency is the measure of your family hope. It is the presence of hope in God that spells the difference as to the measure of how destructive or how redemptive a family is. The measure of your hope extends to your family.

Whereas, our faith doesn’t directly redeem the members of your family, God uses your hope as ground for your family to be saved. Family is always messy, even for redemptive families.

God placing children in the lineage of the redeemed is not a neutral act. Jesus found us before the foundation of the world.

Today is your day. Not only for you, but for the rest of your family.

“Redemptive families honor the family of God.” – Pastor Jack Groblewski

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