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    Divine Hope

    in Christianity

    Ministering The Word of God to help people in their lives

  • 01:25

    A Voice For The Hopeless w/ Joan Treppa

    in Self Help

    #TNT 08: Do you know how many people are incarcerated and paying for crimes they know nothing about or never committed. And how many have lost hope in their pursuit of Justice. Meet American Inspiration, Joan Treppa popularly admired as St. Joan and known as Joan Treppa-dation by the US media, a non-lawyer and Citizens Advocate who is promoting the Innocence Project in Minnesota and nationwide and advocates for wrongly convicted citizens in the US. Join Self-Help Mentor and Radio Host, Alex Okoroji #Live on THE NAKED TALK w/ Alex Okoroji on Wednesday, Feb 25, 2015 @ 10pm (WAT) | 11pm (CAT) | 1pm (PST) | 4pm (EST) | in a truly Uncensored and Inspirational conversation with today's Erin Brockovich of the American Justice System, as we compare the Judicial system and the myriads of judicial corruption and INJUSTICE in the US to the injustice happening in Nigeria/Africa....her participation in the Green Bay Rallies, her upcoming book and what inspired her to become a selfless voice for the voiceless and a ray of HOPE for the hopeless. Its INTERACTIVE, so feel free to call in and Join the Conversation on +1 (215) 383-3766. You don't want to miss this.


    It's gonna be downright UNFILTERED!


  • 00:30

    Raised In The "HOOD": Hope For The Hopeless African American Son

    in Relationships

    Today on HELP! Relationships 102, we talk about the effect that the hopeless community of the "HOOD" has on an already hopeless and searching African American young man! Wounded by his relationship with his wounded parents, he search for in the street life that which he could not find at home, to his own statistical destruction! 

    Is there any hope for our lost African American sons?

    Join us as we address the unaddressed issue of hope for the hopeless African American son!

  • 00:33

    True Hope in Hopeless Times (Part 5)

    in Religion

    TEXT: 1 Thessalonians 5:1-6

    Today, we come to the final message in our series, True Hope in Hopeless Times. Recapping what we have learned in this series, we know that the true hope of believers is Jesus Christ Himself and the event called the Rapture when He will call His church out of this world to be with Him forever. We look forward to the Rapture because it means being like Jesus, because it means being with Jesus, and because of the certainty of the coming of Jesus.
    In our last message, we looked at how Christians should handle death from First Thessalonians chapter 4. By using three key words in that passage -- Sorrow, Sleep, and Spirit -- we saw that: (1) Christians do not have to be sorrowful about death because Christ conquered death and the grave; (2) For the Christian, death is really a sleep in which our bodies are laid to rest in the ground as they await the Rapture when they will be resurrected and transformed into glorious bodies; (3) When a Christian dies, his spirit immediately leaves his body and goes to be with the Lord. 
    Today, as we close out this series, we are going to look at the issue of the delay in Christ's coming. As we noted, the believers in Thessalonica were eager for Christ's return. In fact, scholars state that the disciples and the apostles expected Christ to return within their lifetime. So, understandably, they began to worry as they grew older and as their friends began to die, and Christ had not come back. Unlike many people today, they were not trying to cling to this world; they were eager to get out of this world. 
    Paul writes to the Thessalonian believers and helps them to understand some things regarding the delay in Christ's return. 

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    True Hope in Hopeless Times (Part 4)

    in Religion

    Sunday Evening Evangelistic Message #161 

    TEXT: 1 Thessalonians 4:13-18 

    Over the past few weeks, we have been looking at the topic of true hope in hopeless times. Last week, we looked specifically at Jesus’ command to “let not your hearts be troubled.” We can do this by choosing not to let our hearts be troubled, by choosing to believe in God, and by choosing to believe in Jesus Christ. 

    Today, as we continue with this theme, we are going to look at how the Christian deals with death. Death is all around us. People who were here yesterday are not here today. People who got up this morning will not be here tonight. You might have plans for this day that you will never get to fulfill because death will come knocking. 

    President William McKinley was the third American president to be assassinated. He clung to life for several days after he was shot. Towards the end, as his life slipped away, his wife started crying and screaming, "I want to go too! I want to go too!" With his last measure of strength, McKinley turned to her and spoke his final words: "We are all going.” 

    Yes, we are all going. And it is likely that you will see and hear about a lot of people who go before it is your turn to go. Let’s look at how we, as followers of Jesus Christ, are to handle death. We are going to do this by focusing on three key words in our passage -- Sorrow, Sleep, and Spirit. 

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    True Hope in Hopeless Times (Part 3)

    in Religion

    Sunday Evening Evangelistic Message #159

    TEXT: John 14:1-4

    We have been looking at the topic of true hope in hopeless times over the past few weeks. And, ladies and gentlemen, our true hope is the same as Vance Havner's true hope -- and it is found in the same place -- in the back of the Bible. So far, we have learned that the true hope of Christians is a person -- Jesus Christ, and an event -- the Rapture, when Jesus Christ will come to earth to gather all those who believe in Him for salvation. In part 2 of this series, we also saw three reasons why we look forward to the Rapture: 
    1. We look forward to the Rapture because it means being like Jesus
    2. We look forward to the Rapture because it means being with Jesus
    3. We look forward to the Rapture because of the certainty of the promise of Christ's coming. 
    Today, I want us to look at how our hearts can be at peace during perilous times. 
    1. Choose not to have troubled hearts. In John 14:1-4, Jesus Christ tells His disciples and us to "let not your heart be troubled." The word troubled means "to cause inward commotion or to take away calmness of mind." Many of us skip over this little phrase and hurry on to Jesus' promises about going to Heaven and preparing a place for us there. 

    2. Choose to believe in God. The key to overcoming our troubled hearts is found immediately after Jesus' first statement. He says, "believe in God." This phrase is also a command. 

    3. Choose to believe in Jesus Christ. After telling His disciples to “believe in God,” Jesus Christ goes on to say, “believe also in Me.” This is the third command in this single verse. 

  • 00:14

    Divine Hope

    in Christianity

    Ministering The Word of God for people to help them in their lives

  • 00:31

    Promise of Hope Radio Show

    in Christianity

    Join Outdoor TV host Chuck McAlister and Tim Stafford as they meet weekly to discuss the ministries of Promise of Hope, the Kentucky Baptist Convention, Baptist Global Response, affinity evangelism and other subjects that are current in the world of conservative Christianity.

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    The Voice of Hope: Children's Series - The Letter "O"

    in Culture

    The Voice of Hope is here to help Mandarin speakers to improve their spoken English. Written, produced, and translated by certified American teachers, this show will appeal to children and help them to succeed in their English classes. Stories, based on the letter of the day, are also a part of the show. Please join us today for the letter "O."

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    Divine Hope

    in Christianity

    Ministering the Word of God to help people in their lives

  • 01:00

    The Interpersonal Connection ~ There Is Hope ~ Part (4)

    in Motivation

    Encouragement & Inspiration! Let's Talk About It, Then Pray About It. There Is Hope. Hope is not a sedative; it is a shot of adrenaline, a spiritual blood transfusion." A study of concentration camp survivors found that those prisoners who were able to hold onto their sense of hope ‘things are going to get better’ or ‘we’re going to get out of here one day’ were much more likely to survive. Hope then is not optional but for these prisoners proved to be a matter of life and death. "?But now abide faith, hope, love, these three; but the greatest of these is love?" 1 Corinthians 13:13   Faith and hope are inseparably linked. We believe and so we hope.  Hope is a confidence born of faith. When we have faith in God, we claim His promises, and they give us hope for the future. This blessed hope is an exciting expectancy because God controls the future. When Jesus Christ is your Savior and your Lord, the future is your friend.You don't have to worry. Our society is characterized by a pervading sense of hopelessness. The Church is not immune to this hopeless feeling. Many who claim to be born again believers in Jesus Christ are searching for fulfillment in life. "Being defeated is often only a temporary condition. Giving up is what makes it permanent."    

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