Hope is More Than a Small Town in Texas

Good Sunday Morning my friends,

The world we live in doesn’t give us much hope and it’s getting worse with each passing day. We use to be able to turn on the tv and watch quality family oriented television. Our tv stations have been overrun with programs that has nothing but trash. Television Executives are putting sitcoms and programs on their stations that conform us to society and to lower our standards. They do this to program our minds so we will accept those things that we use to be sinful. Our national leaders are passing laws that are detrimental to our already decaying society while slowly erasing our freedoms.

Our country has turned its back on God and has embraced sin, Satan and his ways. We do what’s right in our own eyes while not worrying about the collateral damage it’s doing to our community and our families. It doesn’t matter that our kids could be watching us as long as we put a smile on our face. Our happiness is all that matters to us. Our churches no longer preach the Word. They don’t mention Jesus on the cross, sin or hell. They only preach a message of prosperity not wanting to offend their members because their only concern is the weekly attendance and the mighty dollar.

If you are putting your hope in man or society as a whole then you are sadly mistaken. Man will never do anything but let you down. It’s been that way since Adam & Eve. My rose colored glasses have been retired. I no longer look for hope in man nor society but instead I expect shame and disappointment. I look at man and society with reality in my eyes and nothing more. I don’t put my faith in man or his ways. The Apostle Paul tells us in Hebrews 11:1, “faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen.” Our faith is related directly to hope. It’s not something we can see but it is something we can seek.

In today’s Scripture, David knows that he can’t look at man nor society either. He knows that his only hope is God and that’s what he tells us. If you put your hope in God you will never be let down or disappointed.

“But now, Lord, what do I look for? My hope is in you.” (Psalm 39:7)

My CHALLENGE PRAYER for you.. Put your hope in God…

I hope you all have an AWESOME day.. Blessings & much love….D

Live your life like it’s your LAST 24!!!!

#last24

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