Hope. Isn’t that something we all need during these strange times? While I know and believe my hope is in the Lord, it’s easy for me to forget that He is my hope. I’m so excited to be a part of this tour (though I wasn’t originally supposed to be in this tour), and I hope if your are a believer in Christ, you will remember your only true hope is in Him.
The Bible is full of so many verses that give me hope. I have ran across several great reminders while memorizing the book of Psalm. However, this verse from Romans reminds me WHY I hope.
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It’s often easy to forget why we are here on this earth. The whole world is so hopeless. They have nothing to live for. But as Christians, we’re living for Jesus Christ. Our mission is to go into the world and share about the hope we have in Christ. Sometimes it’s so easy to wish we were never born or that we lived during a different time. No matter how hard things are or become, we need to remember each day is a gift from God, and we should never forget our mission to share hope with the world.
On the days that it seems we have no hope, remember if your are a Christian, your hope is the Lord, and one day, you will meet Him. Until that day, let’s share the hope of Jesus Christ will everyone possible.
This song is one of my favorites. It’s a great reminder that One Day, He’s coming back. He triumphed over the grave, and He’s coming back for the believers. I am one of those believers, and I cannot wait for that day. I hope and wait eagerly for the day I meet Him. He’s my hope, and I hope He’s yours too. He’s the only hope that keeps me going each day.
There’s also a giveaway going on. Two winners will be chosen. The prizes are either The Whispers God Gives by Ellen Senechal (my review here) or Live by Sadie Robertson (I have not read this book, so I can’t endorse it), along with a stationary prize pack. Enter below or at this link.
Want more encouragement? Check out these blogs and their Seven Days of Hope posts!