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28 Days Of Hope


Why More Hope?

We are designed to receive and give hope daily. It is easy to lose hope or misplace our hope. The God of hope wants to fill us with His presence and an overflowing hope.

Hope inspires, motivates, and glorifies God. When we run low on hope, it affects our attitude, relationships, responses, dreams, energy, and countenance, and how we treat our neighbors locally and globally. Churches exist to be the most hope-filled places and communities in our cities.

We cannot have hope-filled churches, though, without hope-filled homes. We can’t have hope-filled homes without hope-filled hearts.


We cannot have hope-filled hearts unless we abide with Jesus, the source of hope.

We are hungry for God and His hope in our souls. We see a deterioration spiritually and morally in our nation. We see churches that are trying to figure out how to be relevant and faithful.

We know our families need God’s help. It is time for healing in our land. We say, “No” to the status quo. We reject the narrative of hopelessness. Hope is available. Hope is relational. Hope is habitual. The hope of Jesus is indestructible.

Choosing hope does not mean that we stuff or hide our pain.

Choosing hope does not send the message that denial is good. Choosing hope does not minimize our suffering. Choosing hope does not lack compassion and understanding.

Choosing hope is not forcing or manipulating. Choosing hope is not a trite saying  or superficial. Choosing hope is not necessarily easy to do. Choosing hope might be a very different pattern for your family. Choosing hope might be met with opposition.

Choosing hope does not mean that life will become easier, and everything will start to become just how you want it. Choosing hope is simply a good decision in every situation because God offers a hope that is both in the eye of the storm and greater than the challenges we face.

Just Choose Hope


But those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary; they will walk and not be faint.

Isaiah 40:31

What Is The Core Message Of Hope?

Hope is a confident and joyful trust in someone or something. Hope is a choice. Your hope is only as strong as the one in whom you trust. How much you trust God is the greatest indicator of the amount of hope you have. God does not run out of hope. There is no shortage of hope in God’s presence or kingdom. When we make room for God and give Him full access to our lives, hope overflows. You will be strengthened when you put your hope in God. God wants to fill His people with His infinite and indestructible hope. Eagles don’t often flap their wings; they learn how to harness the power of the wind. Father God is good. Jesus is risen. The Holy Spirit is powerful. It is time to spiritually soar!

The Holy Spirit is powerful. It is time to spiritually soar!


May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace as you trust in him, so that you may overflow with hope by the power of the Holy Spirit.

Romans 15:13