Sometimes hope is a pipe dream, little more than a shot in the dark, thinking maybe you will hit something that probably isn’t there anyway. But there is a different kind of Hope that is the very bedrock of what we believe.
Hope can be a desperate wish for some impossible results.
Hope can be the wondering about some improbable outcome.
But real hope is the confident anticipation of the positive consequences of my faith.
Even that hope fades. So what do we do? How do we hold on to the Hope?
1. Read the promises.
2. Rehearse the blessings.
3. Recite your faith.
4. Remember the source.
Isaiah 40:31. “They that wait upon the LORD shall renew their strength. They shall mount up on wings like eagles…”
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