#Hope is #expected but more rewarding when it’s #unexpected…

We have this hope as an anchor for the soul, firm and secure. It enters the inner sanctuary behind the curtain. (Heb 6:19)

Hope will not doubt, waver or fail. The certainty of hope relies on the “hopeful”. We obtain firmness in our waiting and expectation. It is guaranteed and will not lie. The security guard of hope is Christ whom will never fail at all. Today, I challenge you to see the end of a thing and not end “a” thing. It’s there already. 


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