He is Risen!!
That’s the biggest message of hope ever.
HOPE is trusting that something that’s difficult to achieve will happen. “Little Hope” includes things that I have control over, like, “I hope I get three loads of laundry done today.”
BIG HOPE is an expectation that we’ll receive something only God can give. Like resurrection. Like eternal life. But how can we live out BIG HOPE in such uncertain times?
My cherry tree inspired me with an answer — click the video to see how.
Wishing you and yours a most blessed and HAPPY EASTER!!
P.S. Scroll down and share in the Comment box what’s giving you hope these days.
Happy Easter ✝️
Our Lord’s words from John 14:1 give me hope.
“Do not let your hearts be troubled. Trust in God, trust also in me.”
Thank you for your cherry tree message. I love that the birds joined you in song ?
Prayers for your friend.
Thank you for the scripture reminder, Linda. And yes, the birds love that tree — there’s a male cardinal who guards his turf jealously. Thanks for your prayers for Steve — he is still on the ventilator, but is improving bit by bit.
Thank you for reminding me that hope can bloom in me no matter how I feel or look. The Risen Jesus is my hope. Like the Redbox tree gloriously blooming in my yard he triumphs over death to reign in glory in the midst of uncertainty and isolation. Jesus reigns forever! Alleluia!
In the love of Jesus,
Blooming with you, Suzanne!
Diane Isabelle Reinke
Thanks, Rose! Loved those cherry blossoms. You even got the birds to serenade us! Despite our difficulties with the virus, nature keeps blooming, birds keep chirping, and bees keep buzzing.
As Ilda, the owner of Nova Europa said, “Nature didn’t get the memo about the shutdown!” Thank God for that.