18 Feb

“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.” (Romans 8:24-25).

What are you passing through? It seems you’re going through hell? Or do you feel your condition is the worst on the planet? Perhaps it’s true that life isn’t fair with you. Probably life seems an endless journey and you feel nobody cares about your struggles. Then you want to park your life at a bus stop. But don’t come to a conclusion yet, I guess you haven’t being informed about someone who cares so much for you that He came to die – that you may have hope. His name is Jesus!

Or maybe you’ve heard or read the story of His agony, sufferings and how he died of a broken heart for us and you’re yet to receive the hope he brought: today is just the right day of your salvation. He’s ready to deliver you from your burdens and loads of oppression, sickness, confusion, misery, despair, hatred,… name it. You’ve got the simplest responsibility to accessing this hope that never fails, even if the Hope himself have done the toughest and impossible part of it, since He’s God and can do the impossible. Just believe on His finished work, and it’s done! Accept Him into your heart, and love Him everyday because of who He is – and that settles it.

His finished work makes grace available. Grace enables you receive faith even when you are not qualified. It’s a gift, not concerned about how bad your past have been. That’s why He’s the only saviour, with the power to forgive sins. “If the Son of man shall set you free, you shall be free indeed.” He gives you freedom. He came to save the broken-hearted, lost, last and least. He just want you to believe this, and you’ll be justified forever. Receive Him today and insure your future. He sees the future, even if you can’t see it; and that the assurance of hope.
God bless you.

Hope has nothing to do with my past, it’s based on the decisions I make today to insure the future and make it a better life to live – for He who’s brought me hope and for myself.


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