Apostle Grace Lubega
Romans 8:24-25(KJV); For we are saved by hope: but hope that is seen is not hope: for what a man seeth, why doth he yet hope for? But if we hope for that we see not, then do we with patience wait for it.
In the darkest of times, hope is something that we embrace.
Why do many people die? It might not be a physical death but families might die; businesses might die; ideas might die; ministries might die.
Often times it is because people threw hope out of the window. A hopeless man is a dead man.
Hope is what we cling to when the winds of life are contrary; it is what we embrace when everything around us is screaming failure.
Some people think that things have to look good for them to have hope. When they say, “I am hopeful” it is because they have a small glimpse of the possibility.
That is not the Bible’s kind of hope. In our theme scripture, Paul asks, “what a man sees, why does he yet hope for?”
Are you living through the darkest moment of your life? Embrace hope, you will see the light.
Are you at the end of your rope and have nowhere to turn? Embrace hope, the answer will come.
When you arise in hope, you flood your life with possibilities. When you reject hope, you shut the portal for possibilities.
FURTHER STUDY: 1 Peter 1:3, Romans 12:12
GOLDEN NUGGET: Hope saves.
PRAYER: Loving Father, I thank you for this Word. Thank you for the brightness of my future and the world you have painted with possibilities. No matter how harsh the storms of life, I choose to hope in you because there is an answer; there is a way. As I rest in you, you point me to the light; for my career, for my ministry, for my family, for my business. In Jesus’ name, Amen.