Hope came to our world—dark with sin—in the form of a tiny, vulnerable baby. This child grew and developed like a normal human child; yet He lived a sinless life. Eventually, He suffered, bled, died, and rose again to save us from our sins.
As Christians, we are indeed blessed with Hope—hope that the world does not have and does not understand. Click here to Tweet. To have hope, means that we can see more than what is right in front of us. This hope gives us great confidence—confidence that strengthens and encourages us. It is also something that the world cannot understand. This hope allows us to praise God in the darkest times of life. Click here to Tweet.
How have you experienced this type of hope? How have you seen this in the lives of others?
What will your response be this year to Jesus? He stands ready to come into your heart; He has already said yes to you. What is your response?