Finding the Promise of Hope

Hope is one of the essential qualities that should permeate the counter-culture movement that Jesus brought into existence. Hope is one of the identifying characteristics the apostle Paul used to measure whether or not church life was spiritually authentic[1] (Eph 1:15-18). The apostle also identifies hope as one of the key elements of faith (Heb 11:1). Speaking about Jesus’s example, Ellen White tells us, “He was the servant of all. It was His meat and drink to bring hope and strength to all with whom He came in contact.” [2]


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Very uplifting blog. Thanks

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