From Hopelessly Fractured to Miraculously Mended

Series: Ephesians: Our True Identity

From Hopelessly Fractured to Miraculously Mended

November 29, 2020 | Perry Kallis

Passage: Ephesians 2:12-18

Many years ago, our young son suffered a severely fractured leg after an accidental fall. The x-ray looked painfully hopeless to us as young parents. But after surgery to re-set, and weeks in a body cast, his complete mending and recovery was an example of the miraculous way God created our bodies to heal. Likewise, the sin-fracture between God and us in the Garden of Eden may seem hopeless, but God’s plan for spiritual mending, through the gift of His Son, is nothing short of a miracle of mending. Rehearsing this wonderful miracle of hope is a great way to begin our first Sunday in Advent. Join us online for the sermon this week.

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