Taipei YEF and Immanuel Oct. Retreat Closing Service Exhorts to Hold onto the Future Glory

By the grace of God Taipei YEF and Taipei Immanuel Church concluded the weekend October retreat with the Sunday service on Oct. 9.

The message was taken from Romans 8:18-25, with the title “But if we hope for what we do not yet have, we wait for it patiently”. Pastor Isaac Huang shared that the end of our path of faith is glory, though there will be many tribulations.

“Bible is honest while Jesus and the Apostles all pointed out that it’s not an easy path. The whole creation and we await for the new world as in the pains of childbirth. Yet the destination and victory have been assured by the sacrificial death of Jesus,” pointed out P. Isaac.

The message encouraged the believers to hold onto the hope of Christ Jesus, and don’t give up in the middle. After the service, the ministers had the time of prayer, fellowship, and meeting to plan for the new year’s goals and action plan. Please pray for Taiwan mission to further develop as the ministers hold onto the commission given and preach the Gospel to the ends of the earth.