How can we have hope for justice in a world of disappointment?
In his novel The Plague, Albert Camus says that our common human experience is one of suffering and exile longing for love. Through Jesus' reconciling work on the cross, God brings us exiles home.
"Believe in yourself!" "You can do it!" we're told. But what happens when you can't? When you're broken and in despair? hear God's words of comfort in 2 Corinthians 1.
In many ways Coronavirus has put our hopes under a microscope: both our personal hopes and our hopes for the world around us. This week we're looking at the petition, Your Kingdom Come. How might this prayer shape our hopes and what we do in the present?
Where do we start to pray? What does hallow mean anyway?
Jesus, not coronavirus is King.