No matter what, we always need to be hopeful . Joyce Meyer once said, “Be hopeful at all times, and walk in faith, but above all seek love and walk in it. God is love, and when we walk in love, we show Him to those we come in contact with.”
I suggest that we pray daily. I also suggest that you pray for someone you love. It will put the hope in you.
What is the use of hope if it does not go anywhere? In scripture it says, “I pray that God, the source of hope, will fill you completely with joy and peace because you trust in him. Then you will overflow with confident hope through the power of the Holy Spirit.” -Romans 15:13
Well, I’d like to say a prayer for my friend, “I hope for the success of my friend.”
Hope will come in due time. Be hopeful at all times. Spend time in prayer connecting to the power of God within you.
When you pray, don’t pray for yourself or for a home or a car. You need a prayer that touches on what God has done for you. For example, I pray, “God give me wisdom; give me more wisdom.”
Let’s face it, the only way that you will be hopeful and not despair is by keeping your eyes on the prize. When you get the prize, that will happen. The hope will not have gone. It’s like winning the lottery.
Sometimes, the thought of something more goes out of your mind. But when you are living in hope, the joy of living is enough to keep your eyes on the prize.
Hope for tomorrow will live in your heart until then. So, as you say your prayers, you will pray for the blessings and happiness of tomorrow. Pray to keep hope alive in your heart and it will show in your words and actions. It will show in your service, and it will show in your faith.