Wordly Hope vs. Biblical Hope

Hope for the world goes something like this: we wish, we expect, but have no idea if we get. 1 Peter 1:3 says that our hope is a LIVING hope – dynamic, active, sustaining. Our self-image changes (we are pilgrims here, don’t really fit in, per 1 Peter 2:11), our values are transformed (Matt. 6:19-21) and our actions are impacted (Titus 2:1-13). Our God is the God of Hope, filling us with Joy and Peace (Rom. 15:13) as we focus on Him and how He has gifted us.


About Barry Davis

Career Coach | Professor | Speaker | Blogger | Minister | Marathoner "What You Do should be Who You Are..."
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