We Faint Not
The headlines are usually bad, and they are worse lately. A few samples: "How will we ever be safe inside?" (The Atlantic); "Why do some people refuse to wear masks? Definace, misguided thinking" (San Francisco Chronice); "Protests and unrest spread across the U.S. after cities impose curfews" (The Guardian); "Supreme Court, in 5-4 decision, rejects church's challenge to shutdown order" (New York Times). It would be easy for someone to lose heart if we only read the headlines, but times were hard and uncertain in Paul's day too. The work of the gospel had many challenges, and he wrote to the saints in Corinth, "we faint not." We invite you to listen to a sermon with the same title.