Set Your Hope

Talking to some youth this weekend, amidst the optimism, there also seems to be a lot of hopelessness. ’s time to set our hope so we are not easily swayed by the trials of .

Setting our hope on , means we set our lives in the right direction. One translation of today’s verse says, “Look forward to more and more of God’s favour.” God wants to pour out His goodness and grace on you. He wants to help you get ahead in this life. He wants to lead you to the right job. He wants to lead you to the right relationship. But here’s the key: we have to be on the lookout for more and more of God’s favour. More and more of God’s hope. More and more of God’s grace. That tells me that we can’t get stagnant.

Today, meditate on the truth that God wants to do more than you can even ask or think. It says in Ephesians that He wants to show the immeasurable, limitless, surpassing greatness of His free favour. In other , God wants to go far and above what we’re used to! He wants to show you favour in unusual and extraordinary ways. Set your hopes dynamically higher today, and increase your expectations of what God will do in your life!

“…set your hope wholly and unchangeably on the grace ( favour) that is coming to you when Christ (the Messiah) is revealed.” (1 Peter 1:13, AMP)


Yahweh, thank You for Your abundance in every area of my life today. , I choose to set my hope in You, knowing that You want to do more in my life than I can ever imagine. By I receive more of Your favour, grace and hope. God, teach me to be a vessel used by You, in Christ’s Name! Amen. 


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By Pastor Ray Patrick

Evangelism. Outreach. Ministry.
Pastor Ray Patrick is a R.E Teacher at The Eden School

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