In the business world, hopes are placed in many different items. Some people hope in their retirement plan, others put their hope in profitability, and for some their hope lies in power or influence.
The problem with those kinds of hope is when your wealth or power suffers hope quickly disappears. When people lose hope, they become rudderless.
Fortunately, when our hope is in the Lord, we know we have a timeless anchor that cannot be shaken. When much is taken from us, as in the story of Job, we still have reason for hope.
Proverbs 10:28 says, “The prospect of the righteous is joy, but the hopes of the wicked come to nothing.”
If you’ve experienced a loss of hope recently, examine in whatyou have placed your hope.
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