Do You Need to Change Your Level of Hope?

Do You Need to Change Your Level of Hope?

Peter said, “I do not possess silver and gold, but what I do have I give to you: In the name of Jesus Christ the Nazarene—walk!” – Acts 3:6

As a pastor, I witness people accepting their hard circumstances with a “crippled” mindset rather than believing God for something better in life.

These people are like the lame man in Acts 3 who sat by the temple gate begging for money. His only expectation was that a passerby would take pity on him and toss a coin his way. He never expected anything better. He was crippled in his body and his mind.

That’s the mindset of those who don’t expect that things can change in their lives. We all face bad days, but we don’t have to let them turn into a bad life.

Do you know anyone like that?

Is that you?

Jesus’ disciples offered the lame man miraculous healing in both his body and his mind. You too can move forward regardless of what you face in life when you fix your hope on Jesus.

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