In this season of miracles, hope and joy, many still feel the heaviness of depression. Perhaps they are missing a loved one who has passed away. Maybe it’s a broken relationship. Possibly it’s a lack of funds to really deck the halls.
I have felt all of those emotions over the years and honestly, a bit this year for all those reasons above however…
And, Hope has not only been whispering to me, but flat out YELLING at me lately, so allow me to share my hope with you:
I have Hope that I will see my son trying to make positive changes
I am Hopeful when I’m able to negotiate a deal that will make my life easier
And thanks to a wonderful student who read one of my posts and disagreed with me, let me say that…
I am grateful for the Hope I give my students in eight short weeks that stays with them for life.
I thank you God for the gift of Hope!
Psalm 39:1 “And now, Lord, what do I wait for? My hope is in You.
May your holidays be filled with Hope, Joy and of course Love!