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Pastor Jordan Wong - October 28, 2018



Your Redemption Story. Our God is a God of redemption! He does miracles. He provides hope when there is no hope and makes a way when there appears to be no way. When all seems lost, He is our rescue! This Sunday, we conclude our three-part series through the Book of Ruth. The story of Ruth is one of redemption. Redemption stories start rough. Redemption stories begin with loss, broken dreams and hopelessness. But, then something turns. Hints of hope begin to sprout. Unexpected provision starts to appear. The unlikely happens: the weak become strong, the poor become wealthy, and the lost become found! That’s a redemption story. Is your story a redemption story? Is there hope around the corner? Let’s explore together what redemption is and how we can ensure that our stories are ones of redemption and not ones of tragedy. We look at Ruth chapters 3 & 4 and discover not just redemption, but the Redeemer! ~Pastor Jordan Wong

Scripture References: Ruth 4:1-22, Ruth 3:1-18

From Series: "Unlikely Redemption"

Could it get any worse? There are times in life that it may feel like you are living out the worst case scenario. You think you’ve hit rock bottom and then the bottom drops out again. Some situations just feel hopeless and unredeemable. But if this is where you find yourself, let me remind you that the story isn’t over yet! God is the god of miracles! He specializes in bringing hope to the hopeless and redemption to the unredeemable. We’ll be starting a 3-part series through the Book of Ruth that I’m calling “Unlikely Redemption.” The story follows two women who have seemingly lost everything and yet God still has plans for them. God has committed never to leave you. He is always with you even when you feel alone, and the situation seems bleak.


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