James and Kester focus this episode on the subject of Hope, centered around two quotes from medieval Christian mystic Blessed Julian of Norwich:
"And God showed that sin will be no shame, but somehow honor for humanity… God's goodness makes the contrariness which is in us very profitable for us."
“All shall be well, and all shall be well and all manner of thing shall be well.”
Join us as we discuss the challenges and rewards of hope and share stories about loss and death, suffering, and change in life circumstances.
We also talk about cynicism and pessimism, hope in God's goodness, hope as laid out in the Psalms, and as always: the character of God as revealed in the nature and works of Jesus.
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