Real biblical hope is not vain hope rooted in presumption or wishful thinking, but is rooted in the revelation of Gods Word. In a world today where people feel either despair or hopeless or feel hopelessness, it is imperative we embrace the fact that our hope is established in Christ.
We have reasons to be very expectant because Colossians 1:27 “Christ in you, the hope of glory.” This tells you, our hope is fixed, it’s is a living hope, its alive and active. The Psalmist says “in Your Word, I put my hope.”
The encouragement and hope people need is one that is real and authentic and lasting. Our hope is anchored to the unshakeable God, because our God is unshakeable is anchored to the way maker, anchored in His faithfulness, and anchored in His everlasting love for us. This is worth shouting about, shout along with me, He alone is worthy to be praised.
So here is my final question to you, having read this piece, what are you going to choose, despair or hope?
Watch out next for “We Write, You Read, You are Encouraged.”