We all, on an everyday basis, use the word, “hope.” We may think it subconsciously, or we may say it out loud. It’s a word we ue when we want the best to happen within a situation.
It seems like we’re always “hoping” for something. We can “hope” all we want, but if it isn’t within God’s will, it won’t happen.
Most of us, for instance, start our day with thinking about all the things we’re going to do, places we’re going to go, people we’re going to see and most importantly, how we’re going to do what we’re going to do.
We have a vision in our mind when we use the word “hope” for something we want, or for something we want changed. That’s when God comes into play and sees our version of the word “hope” and does the masterpiece of his thoughts of what the word “hope” actually should be for us.
Many times, we plan things in our mind. Sometimes, they’re greater than what we thought they were going to be, and then there are times when things turn out much differently than we ever envisioned. That’s God in control.
Just think, we have people who hope good things for us, and then there are people who hope not such good things for us. That’s always an interesting thought in itself. Why? Because God saw what was hoped for, and why. That’s what makes the difference for the word, “hope” in your daily living.