Speaker: Jerry Cisar | Series: Imagining the Kingdom | Book: Hebrews

Speaker: Jerry Cisar

Oliver Burkeman, author of Four Thousand Weeks, after making a case for the power of patience, suggests that to harness the power of patience the first thing we must do is “develop a taste for having problems.” That may sound familiar (James 1:2-4; Rom. 5:3-4). And it may make you think, “Yuck!” None of us like problems.

However, it may well be that the essence of our existence is to square-off with difficulties—either in persons or circumstances. And what we imagine to be happening in those relationships and circumstances may well have everything to do with how we live.

Join us as we continue our exploration of Hebrews 11 in our series: Imagining the Kingdom. Enlist yourself in the effort to harness the power of a sanctified imagination through faith.

Handout: https://gccc-recordings.s3.amazonaws.com/handouts/20230514.pdf