Listen . . .
Think On This . . .
Hope comes when we take God-words to heart and make the effort to look and see the pathways in the middle of the wilderness, the rivers in the dry wasteland, and the new path in the dead-end.
This is not a timid-kind of hope but a hope which comes from surrendering it all, staking life on the reality of the truth of God.
Hope produces the sense there’s more to come.
This does not mean life goes back to the way it was, but rather there’s something more . . . something new . . . something healing . . . and something beyond what’s been.
Let hope in.
Let hope fill you soul-deep.
Let hope give clarity of seeing there’s more to come.