Let’s talk about hope for a moment.
No, not that vague desire for something that probably won’t come to pass. I’m talking about God-given, biblically supported, absolute conviction in that which Jesus has promised.
True hope is the joyful expectation of seeing all God’s promises fulfilled, and the certainty that every moment yet to come has been perfectly orchestrated by our gracious Father.
In the midst of every hard thing, it is the drive to keep going, knowing that every tear is seen and every pain is purposed. Hope is the compass needle in times of rest, pointing satisfaction towards Christ rather than anything this temporal world can offer. Hope is the sweetness in each season, allowing us to appreciate the “right now“ while also giving us rest in the unknown. Hope is a direct result of knowing that God is good, that God is sovereign, and that He cares for you.
Our hope is built on nothing less than Jesus’ blood and righteousness.