We live in a world that is changing fast. If I am honest (which I always try to be!) it is scary out there! I am thankful for the Hope that I have in Christ. Hope that no matter what happens to me in this world- that this is not my home. Hope that my God is reigning. It isn’t the kind of hope like “I hope it won’t rain tomorrow”, but a real, knowing hope.
This month, we are going to look through the book of Psalms and write out about our Hope.
People all around us are looking for hope. We want to believe in something better than what we see right now. As a Christian, I know where my Hope is. It isn’t in our government. It isn’t in economics. It isn’t even in my husband or in things that I can provide. To quote the old hymn “My hope is found in nothing less than Jesus blood and righteousness. I dare not trust the sweetest frame, but wholly lean on Jesus name.”
Hope is found all through scripture. Yet, when I am struggling the most, I often find myself spending time in the Psalms. There is so much comfort and hope found in the Psalms.
As usual, you will find both an Adult and Children’s version of the Scripture Writing Challenge!
Hope Scripture Writing Challenge for Adults
There will be no devotions this month. If you have not heard- we brought home a baby boy this week! <3 So, I am taking a month off of normal blogging activities. I think these verses will speak for themselves – feel free to email me if you have questions!
Hope Scripture Writing Challenge for Kids
School is out for summer! No matter if you homeschool or not- working on handwriting, scripture memory and making it a daily priority to spend time in God’s Word is important! I have gotten a lot of positive feedback about how your kids are loving these!
Worshiping God With My Life,