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St. John sees an uncountable multitude praising God for his work of salvation. Who are they? Where do they come from? And who are we?
Although the sufferings of this life may not compare to the glory to come, they are still real and painful. We groan waiting for God’s promises to be fulfilled. However, we do not wait alone. All of creation waits and groans with us. So does God’s Spirit as he intercedes for us before the Father.
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I’m releasing this message of hope today because it is needed more now than it was when it was preached.
Christians are often troubled when they see God help others, but not them. Why some are miraculously healed and others are not is difficult to understand.
Luke records a time when John the Baptist sent two disciples to ask, “Are you the one who is to come or shall we expect another.” They had heard what Jesus was doing, but what he wasn’t doing concerned them and they were struggling. Jesus answered gently and with great respect for John, referring to what the prophet Isaiah had foretold and saying in effect, “trust me.”