There are many things we may “hope for.” We hope for pleasant weather, good health, the well-being of loved ones, or even our favorite team to win the big game. It isn’t necessarily wrong to “hope for” such things.
However, we never want to “hope in” such things. Instead, we want to place our temporal and eternal hope in the One who is the same yesterday, today, and tomorrow. Our hope should be in God alone, for only God is worthy of such trusting confidence.
I “hope” you will find these devotions encouraging to you. I pray they will inspire and equip you to place and maintain your hope in our Lord, in and through all the varied circumstances of your life.
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