“Which hope we have as an anchor of the soul, both sure and stedfast, and which entereth into that within the veil,” Hebrews 6:19.
“Whereas ye know not what shall be on the morrow. For what is your life? It is even a vapour, that appeareth for a little time, and then vanisheth away,” James 4:14.
“For the world marches on as it always has. It has gone on as men and women forge their way through a world that seemingly has no end.
For many go through this life with drudgery. For many don’t have hope for tomorrow.
Many think that this life is the end. Many live a life that seems endless without hope.
Many can’t see past the troubles of today. But I tell you that there is no hope to be found except in Me,” says The LORD.
“For hope is an anchor for your soul. Hope is not found in a world where there is none.
For where there is no hope the people starve for meaning and sustenance.
For without hope what is the meaning of man’s existence?
How will man find hope in a world of despair?
For the world searches throughout its history to grab a hold of anything, and yet I AM the only anchor. I AM the only thing firm that never changes.
Even the mountains will fall into the sea; everything that would seem to be firm eventually turns to dust. And yet hope is something that you do not see.
You cannot grab a hold of it with your hands. It is not tangible and yet it is everlasting.
Have I not said that the greatest of these is love, and yet these three remain: FAITH, LOVE, and HOPE.
Where would you be without the promise of tomorrow?
For indeed, you have the present moment but life is like a vapor. For you would say that you would do this or that thing tomorrow but you do not know what will come of it.
For even those who make merry do so for today. It is not that there would be a promise of sunshine tomorrow but that there is always hope for tomorrow.
So hope in those things that you do not see believing that you have a strong anchor of them in Me.”
~ Stephen Hanson
Stephen Hanson of In His Truth Ministries came to the LORD is a special way in 1975 and has prophesied regularly since. In these end-time birthing pangs we are reminded that judgment must first begin with the household of God. Will we be prepared and ready?