Keep hope alive

In today's news cycles of turmoil and uncertainty, hunger for hope is a universal craving. But the heart's yearning to believe that good is coming is nothing new. It's as old as recorded history. Despite history's wars, factions, rising and falling dynasties, and fractured personal and family relationships, the holy power that restores and heals has never been extinguished. Faith in God's wisdom and provision has continued to sustain individuals and nations.

When headlines provoke sadness or anger, or when our well-being seems at risk, we might ask ourselves: "How strong is my hope?"

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May 24, 2004

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