“Hope you had a good week.”
“Hope you have a wonderful time.”
“Hope you make it.”
Hope, hope, hope…
Hope is an interesting word. It can be used as a noun, as a feeling of expectation. It can be used as a verb, in wanting something to happen or to be the case. It is also seen as a virtue, as a belief in a positive outcome in one’s life. For a follower of Christ It is a spiritual gift from God and is used primarily as a noun, that God is our ‘hope‘, rather than a verb, ‘hoping’ that God will give good things and make life happier.
Building our hope on the Rock of Righteousness gives us peace through the storms of life as well as in the good times.
I trust that your ‘hope‘ is Christ.
“Oh Lord our creator and Heavenly Father, thank you that we can find rest for our soul in You alone; our hope comes from You. You alone are our rock and our salvation; you are our fortress, We will not be shaken. Our salvation and our honor depend on You oh God; You, our mighty rock, our refuge. We trust in You at all times; we pour out our hearts to You, for You are our refuge. Amen.” Psalm 62:5-8
Have a great week
By Alec Niemi
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