Adventure: Hope Beyond Suffering

Happy Monday to you, my friends!

How are you doing? How can we pray for you? Anything new or exciting happening for you this week?

I have something exciting to share.

An adventure, if you will.

Starting this week, I want to talk // discuss a book I am reading. Or part of a book. It is just a chapter, then we will dive into the next part in our Matthew series (chapters 8-10). I have been sitting and marinating in the truths found, as I read. It is a lot of profound things, I can talk about. And, I think I am ready to step out on the water and follow the Lord in sharing.

The topic is on hoping despite suffering.

This is a topic close to my heart, as you might know. This blog and ministry was laid out for me, because of my own suffering. I didn’t start writing, until I got sick. My life sorta just fell apart, and became something different. Different and hard are not bad, necessarily. I know, these things have really caused me to cling to Jesus Christ.

And this book? It has drawn me in and spoke greatly to my heart, as I face my own suffering.

I need this strong, eternal, hope that is like an anchor, and I know where I can find it. It is found in our Mighty God!


And hope does not put us to shame, because God’s love has been poured out into our hearts through the Holy Spirit, who has been given to us.

Romans 5:5, New International Version

We need to hope again, my friends! I know, we all have our own stories of brokenness but our Mighty God wants to meet us here.

As we seek Christ, He shows us how to hope in Him – despite suffering.

We need the hope of our Savior and Lord Jesus Christ who has overcame death and calls us to be His own!


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