KARLA LEES

SHARING HOPE TO THE HURTING, THE BROKEN & THE LONELY.

If you take a close look at this photo, you can see the silver necklace around my neck. The pendant is a simple daisy with the word HOPE engaged upon it.

The Bible reminds us so often “Do not be afraid” that I firmly believe it is not just a reminder but a command. A choice for us to believe each and every time we feel afraid. And similarly, the Bible also tells us that we are never alone, God is with us always.

So I chose to write Hope on this pendant as a visual reminder to myself that my Hope is always with me, and because He is, I need not be afraid of anything. And each & every time I see this necklace in the mirror, I choose to align myself with Hope again.

What do you do to help remind you of His Word?

Write these commandments that Iā€™ve given you today on your hearts. Get them inside of you and then get them inside your children. Talk about them wherever you are, sitting at home or walking in the street; talk about them from the time you get up in the morning to when you fall into bed at night. Tie them on your hands and foreheads as a reminder; inscribe them on the doorposts of your homes and on your city gates.” (Deuteronomy 6:6-9 MSG)

#sharingHope

One thought on “Hope jot

  1. Evie says:

    I have a bracelet that I brought that has the be anxious for nothing scripture on it. When I look at it, it makes me dwell on that word when I am going through something at work. Thanks for this ontime post!

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