Sermon text: 1 Peter 1:3-9
Don’t get your hopes up! When do you usually hear that phrase? It’s common, isn’t? Sometimes it’s that internal voice of the pessimist who always assumes that things will turn out poorly. Don’t get your hopes up. Other times it’s the voice of experience, trying to inject a little reality into a situation so you aren’t too horribly disappointed. Wherever you hear it, “don’t get your hopes up” does seem to be a reasonable phrase to describe life in general, doesn’t it?
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