Hope When There Is No Hope

Have you been struggling with many different circumstances that you just have no answer for. Well you are not alone in this, there is hope when you think there is no hope.

God sees your heart and knows what is going on so don’t worry about what isn’t or is happening, allow Him to guide you through the darkest of days.

There is hope that tomorrow will be a s better day for you. What you are going through will not last.

We can only see what our eyes tell us, but it is what is unseen that we hope for and as we pray and have faith that God will show you the way, it is then that we can find the solution to what is wrong. When you are finding such things are happening to you, maybe it’s time to step back and wait for God to show you what to do. For He is in control, not us.

Be kind to people who frustrate you, be gracious to those who are not fair and be hopeful for all that God promises you. He will not leave you or forsake you, it is He who guides your path and makes a way. Now you must do your part and believe that He will.

Jesus tells us in John 15:5

“I am the vine; you are the branches. If you remain in me and I in you, you will bear much fruit; apart from me you can do nothing.

Shalom
Nancy
The Christian Writer

3 thoughts on “Hope When There Is No Hope

  1. Through all of the homelessness our family endured we will always remember with fondness those times when we would turn to each other and say, ‘and this too shall pass’. And those bad times do pass, don’t they? We aren’t sleeping in a snowbank today, it passed. 🙂 We have pillows tonight instead of shoes, it passed. 🙂 We have food today instead of hunger, it passed. 🙂 Yes in all of the trials we endured we can honestly say, it passed.

    Thank you for the reminder that pain doesn’t last but peace, joy and His faithfulness never pass. May we all have that faith and understanding that no matter how bad it is, this too shall pass.

    Blessings,
    Homer Les
    http://www.uncompromisingfaith.ca

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    • Thank you for sharing your story, I can’t imagine what your life was like in that time. I’m happy to see that faith has been your torchlight and that Christ was always with you even in the desperate times of wandering.

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