Broken or hurting marriages
The world is messy. It's broken. Wait, it's more than broken, it's in shattered pieces.
And we search in all the wrong places to fix it: the government, anger, social status, education, relationships, etc.
And they don't solve it. They will disappoint us every time we place our hope in them.
Where's the hope of a better future? The hope that tomorrow will be brighter?
He is the only hope, the only way, the only truth. He takes our brokenness and restores.
He is hope. The brokenness of the world may still swirl around us, a tornado of sin, but inside we can still grasp onto the hope of Jesus.
Titus 2:13 (ESV): Waiting for our blessed hope, the appearing of the glory of our great God and Savior Jesus Christ
Our hope is not in the things of the world. Our hope is not in the people around us. Our hope is in Jesus alone and His appearance--His promise fulfilled.
What a glorious day that will be!
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