If the Sun Comes Up
By David Chadwick

Dad desired for me to have hope. He wanted me to live believing that nothing is impossible with God (Matthew 19:26).

I’m sure that’s why he would repeatedly say to me, “Son, if the sun comes up this morning, there is always hope.”

Dad knew that a new day brought fresh hope. Yesterday was gone. Tomorrow hadn’t yet arrived. All you have is today. Therefore, approach it with hope.

With God, there is always hope. He is working everything for our good and his glory (Romans 8:28).

Dad drilled hope into my head. I want to do the same with you.

And guess what? I bet the sun came up this morning no matter where you live.

Therefore, don’t be downcast. Put your hope in God today… and forever (Psalm 42:5).


Live in-tune with the heartbeat of God!

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