Biblical hope is anticipation of a favorable outcome under God's guidance. For the past five weeks we have discussed the topic: LET HOPE IN. It's my prayer that this series has truly blessed your heart and you have truly found HOPE in your situation(s).
Sunday was another day of Snow. When we left church there was two or three inches of snow that had already fallen. There were a couple of times while traveling up a few hills that we were not able to make it. Both times the Lord provided a way for us to escape the winter weather.
We had almost made it home, coming around a sharp curve on Brookhaven Road we actually got stuck. We reversed the van down the hill and sat in the middle of the road until I could think of a good solution. As I sat there contemplating (Jaden was praying). In just a few minutes a man on an ATV came down the road with a plow. I told him my situation, and he paved (plowed) the way to victory, I mean, home. Yes. Home Sweet Home!
You know, there is no place like home, especially when you feel hopeless. For a few minutes on the road, I felt hopeless. Little did I know that Jaden was praying, God was preparing Daniel (my snow plow man), and I was anticipating a favorable outcome under God's guidance. I am so thankful that our Heavenly Father loves us and cares about every move we make, aren't you?
Have a blessed week!