{DAY 62: THE HOPE OF ETERNAL LIFE}

“From Paul, God’s willing slave and an apostle of Jesus, the Anointed One, to Titus. I’m writing you to further the faith of God’s chosen ones and lead them to the full knowledge of the truth that leads to godliness, which rests on the hope of eternal life. God, who never lies, has promised us this before time began. In His own time He unveiled His word through the preaching of the gospel, which was entrusted to me by the command of God our Life Giver. ” (Titus 1:1-3 TPT)

Did you read that good news today, friend? Eternal Life is the hope that we are each given when we follow Jesus. It was included in His package deal before He put His plans for the world into place. Before our Hope came in person to show us that He is the Truth, the Way, the Light.

If you are struggling with anxiety and worry right now, unsure of your future? Rest assured, if you are His child, you have the assurance of where you will end up for eternity. You have the Hope of Heaven to keep you going until the moment you leave this world to move into His Kingdom full time. His promises that all things will work together for your good don’t change because of your circumstances, because they are based upon who He is!

If you don’t understand what I mean, and you are now home full time waiting like the rest of us for an update as to when we can reintegrate back into our now deeply impacted world? Grab a bible, open it to Matthew and start reading. Jesus is directly found in four books of the Bible… Matthew, Mark, Luke & John, what is referred to as the Gospels. I like to think of them as the Good News Quartet. These eye witness accounts show us that the God who loves His creation so much would put on flesh & bone and walk amongst us, to directly reveal the Hope we have in Him. Ask God to meet you in those pages, and pay careful attention to Him when you do. Your life will be changed for the better, and your future a Hope filled one.

#66versesofHope #hopefortheharddays

Published by Karla Lees

sharing Hope on the hard days for the hurting, the broken and the lonely.

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