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with Sharon Hardy Knotts and R. G. Hardy
The Bible Doctrine of Hope, Part 1 Thursday, April 22, 2021
Hope is such a positive word, and yet in English, it is often used anemically — more like a wish: "I hope my package comes today." This is far beneath the New Testament definition of hope, which is comprised of three indispensable elements: Patience, confidence, and expectation. The reason it's so powerful is, it is grounded in faith that is founded on the Word of God. It is actually the second stage of faith! Praying the prayer of faith begins the process once you have laid claim to a promise in God's Word. But when there is a delay, as there often is, you can cast away your confidence and fail to receive the reward of your faith. This is where hope comes into play: that patient, confident expectation of the fulfillment of the promise. Hope is the anchor of the soul that makes a believer's faith in God's promises unsinkable. It is so rich that the rapture of the church is called the Blessed Hope, and every believer knows this is not a wish or an uncertain expectation!

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