Our Hope Is In Christ!

“The world understands hope as wishful thinking. This is NOT what God’s Word means by Hope. The biblical definition of Hope is “confident expectation.”

“Hope IS the firm assurance regarding things that are unclear and unknown. Hope IS the fundamental component of the life of the righteous. Without Hope, life on earth loses its meaning and in death there is no hope. The righteous who Truly Trust and put their Hope in their Heavenly Father, Will be helped, and they will NOT be confounded, put to shame, or disappointed.”

“The righteous, who have this Trustful Hope in God, have Confidence in God’s Protection and help – free from fear and anxiety. The New Testament idea of Hope IS the recognition that IN Christ IS found the fulfillment of the Old Testament! Christian Hope IS rooted in faith in the Divine Salvation in Christ. Hope IS brought into being through the Presence of the Promised Holy Spirit. It IS the future Hope of the resurrection of the dead, God’s Promises given to Israel, the Redemption of the Body and of the whole creation, Eternal Glory, Eternal Life and the inheritance of the saints, the Return of Christ, Transformation into the Likeness of Christ, the Salvation of God and simply Christ Himself!!

My thoughts and prayers are that you have Hope in Christ! That you show Great Boldness in your faith! That you share His Hope with others! In Jesus’ Name. Thy Will be done. Amen. Peace.

The certainty of this blessed future IS guaranteed through the indwelling of the Spirit. Christ IN you, and the Resurrection of Christ. Hope IS produced by endurance through suffering and IS the inspiration behind endurance. Those who Hope in Christ will see Christ exalted in life and in death. Trustworthy Promises from God give you Hope, and you may boast in this Hope, and exhibit Great Boldness in your faith!! “

“Along with Faith and Love, Hope IS the enduring virtue of the Christian life, and Love springs from Hope. Hope produces Joy and Peace in believers, through the Power of the Holy Spirit!! “-Anonymous

And remember, Prayer Changes Things!