by Richard Coble
Hebrews 11:1-3, 8-16
“Grace Covenant do you feel it, this steadfast hope, burning in our hearts?
For the longest time, I got faith wrong. I confused it with belief.
I thought faith was something I held in my mind, a cognitive agreement with a set of statements:
The existence of God
The divinity of Christ
The resurrection of the dead
The life everlasting
And while belief is a central part of the Christian life, it can be fleeting; it changes over time; it is secondary to something more foundational: faith as a disposition, an assurance; faith as something that you feel much more in your heart than what you hold in your head.
‘The assurance of things hoped for, the conviction of things not seen.'”
Watch the full GCPC service on 8/7/22 here
(Scripture and sermon begin at 33:25)