A noted theologian once said that hope is to the soul what air is to the lungs.
He really has a point.
Hope is the one quality we can’t live without. But in our warring world, in which we see new visions of tragedy and despair each day, solid hope is often hard to find, and that’s just as true in our personal lives when disturbing events and circumstances send our spirits reeling.
Thankfully, on the Christian journey, hope, along with faith and love, is interpreted in utterly realistic and transforming ways.
In Christ, we may sometimes feel as if we have lost hope, but hope never loses us.
I look forward to sharing more with you about this critically relevant subject as we share the Lord’s Supper together on Sunday.
With love and blessings,