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Oh Lord, you are my best hope. Yes, indeed. I hope for the Best.
I really like how the Easy-to-Read Bible words Psalm 39 (verses 6-8): Our life is like an image in a mirror. We rush through life collecting things, but we don’t know who will get them after we die. … Continue reading
“Do not look to your hope, but to Christ, the source of your hope.” Charles Haddon Spurgeon
What hope rests close to your heart? I hope for comfortable summer weather I hope that my children do well in life I hope for God’s direction in my life I hope for eternity in heaven We … Continue reading
I hope for peace on earth. I hope that good wins over evil in the end. I hope that others use their free will for good and not evil. I hope that God will work through me and make me … Continue reading
Lord God, Let me spread hope and peace today. May I be a source of encouragement and reconciliation. Amen.
A newborn baby. A sweet face that fans the flame of hope in all of us. That applies to the babe in the manger, too. Edward Mote got it right: “My hope is built on nothing less than … Continue reading