Psalm 130:5 “I wait for the LORD, my soul waits, And in His word I do hope.”

There is hope in the Word of God. If we can’t seem to find hope anywhere else, we can find hope in the Word of God. 

It’s a choice for us to receive the hope found in the Word or not. That’s why the writer says, “in His word I DO hope.” We can read “with long life He will satisfy me (Psalm 91:16)” but, have we received that or do we have it settled in our minds the lie of “you never know when your time is coming” at the age of 40. Just FYI…long life is 120 years (Genesis 6:3). Do we truly believe that our children are delivered from the hands of the enemy (Proverbs 11:21) or are we constantly worried about our children’s future? 

Throughout the Bible, there is page after page of hope (do not fear, I am always with you, you shall prosper and be in good health) but at the end of the day, we have to receive it. Receive the hope that has been so graciously given to us by God.