The rope at the end of your rope

The rope at the end of your rope

When someone is at the “end of their rope,” it usually means they are out of strength and options. Can you relate?

In this sermon from April 25, 2021, Pastor Ruttan takes us through the story of a desperate man — the blind beggar in Luke 18:35-43 — and shares three insights about what we might learn through our own desperate moments.

When we come to the end of our rope, God gives us some of his — and can lead us to a new place.

You can access the buttons for the audio or video version of the sermon in this post. Also, Pastor Ruttan is providing additional background to the text as a part of The Pulse Podcast. You can hear that extra content here:

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