Rev. Byron Stevenson: A Proper Perspective in a Troubled World

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Rev. Byron Stevenson: A Proper Perspective in a Troubled World (1 Peter 1:1-9)

Rev. Byron Stevenson, founding pastor of The Fort Bend Church in Sugar Land, Texas, focuses on 1 Peter 1:7. He speaks to the reality of some amount of trouble in every person’s life. In the midst of such trouble—and referring to the funeral of George Floyd—Stevenson proclaims God’s miraculous work to change the world.

A miracle might not seem likely in the midst of the double pandemic of racism and COVID-19, but God sees the end from the beginning and knows the good that’s coming.



This sermon was delivered on June 14, 2020, for the morning worship service of The Fort Bend Church in Sugar Land. Sermon audio is available here.

 


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