Hope is real--because God is real!
All of us feel like giving up hope at times.
When we struggle with discouragement, we think that our future holds only more of the same.
But we serve a mighty God! Just look at the night sky and see all the stars he created. And beyond them are billions more stars, planets and galaxies.
The Bible speaks of an awesome God, a God who responds to the cries of his people. That very same God hears your prayers today. As this universe is infinite, so is God's love for you.
Don't give up hope. When God answers prayer, he is swift and certain. He can swoop down and turn your life around in a moment of time. You can always have hope because you always have a God who loves you.
God specializes in creating masterpieces out of broken pieces.
There is hope during times of confusion and bewilderment that I can carry on even if the situation seems torturous...I can believe He is with me while I struggle. Nothing can separate us from him.
Disappointment can drive us to hope. If we remain aware of all our heart longs for, even when we're badly hurt, then the prospect of one day being with Christ can become an alluring passion, a solid anchor that keeps us steady in the worst storms of rejection.
Any individual can overcome depression; often the first step is for him to simply realize that there is hope...There definitely is hope.
Most of the important things in the world have been accomplished by people who have kept on trying when there seemed to be no hope at all.
When it is dark enough, you can see the stars.
Hope is the most exciting thing in life and if you honestly believe that love is out there, it will come. And even if it doesn't come straight away there is still that chance all through your life that it will.
All human wisdom is summed up in two words - wait and hope.
To love means loving the unlovable. To forgive means pardoning the unpardonable. Faith means believing the unbelievable. Hope means hoping when everything seems hopeless.
Men and women are limited not by the place of their birth, not by the color of their skin, but by the size of their hope.