If you’ve ever heard me teach before, you won’t be surprised by today’s topic. We’re going to talk about hope that holds. I’m concerned that the word “hope” has become so flimsy. Hebrews 6:19 tells us that “hope is an anchor for the soul,” holding steady in a world gone wild. But what we often refer to as hope is nothing more than a latex balloon–equally as likely to float away as it is to burst when it comes in contact with anything rough.
What is the hope that Christ intends us to have? And can we get it back?
Response: Discovering a Hope That Holds
Where are you asking God to promise you something? What would it look like to unhook your hope from that circumstance and instead ask hook your hope to who God is and to His promise to welcome you into His presence?