Put your hope in God

July 25, 2022 | 14 comments

If you want to see your hopes realized, put your hope in a power you can count on. Put your hope in God!

When we put our hope in God, we always realize the joy we seek for the goodness of God is a sure thing.

If we put our hope in something material or human, our expectation may never come to fruition, for the temporal is well…temporal. Matter can never deliver what only comes from Spirit.

Friends may come up short, business deals may fall through, the body may not do what you think it should do, family members may change their mind, the economy may fail, the weather may turn bad, flights may be cancelled, and funds may run out, but the love and care of God always flows without limit.

The Psalmist wisely wrote, “Where do I put my hope? My only hope is in you” (Psalms 39:7, NLT).

We may need to be honest about where we put our hope. Oftentimes, the human mind verbally professes hope in God, but if the truth were revealed, there is still latent hope and trust in something material. The words may be correct, but the heart is elsewhere.

For the realization of blessings that come from putting hope in God, honesty about what we truly hope for is critical. When we truly seek the spiritual understanding, reformation and transformation that comes from putting God first, blessing is guaranteed. Healing happens.

To avoid disappointment, frustration, and sorrow, put your hope in God! Be honest about where your faith lies. Go for the best Life has to offer and prosper.

14 thoughts on “Put your hope in God”

  1. Thank you Evan for this post! It’s message is much appreciated!

    Much love to you from the most loving Father, Mother God that ever was, is or will be.

    And from me a most loyal follower of Trut and this vlog.

  2. So well said. The time is always right for the rightness of the right idea. We so need the reminder of where is our hope placed? Needless to say we can feel at times we are short of hope and faith and need to be reminded of our commitment to LIFE. I thank you and my fellow travelers.

  3. Each weekday morning I look forward to these divine messages of Truth ~
    Inspiration from the Spiritual view. Today’s message, like so many, is
    Exactly what I needed today. Sometimes the world seems so hope-less
    and so wrong, the way things seem headed, but I am so grateful for this
    guidance in putting hope in God, the only True provider of Good.

  4. So much healing truth in Evan’s blog and Angie’s article with its explanation of Love as the divine Principle we can always trust!
    Exactly what I need today, and every day.
    Thank you, thank you, thank you❣️

  5. In our Leader’s spiritual interpretation of the Lord’s Prayer we find; “Give us this day our daily bread; feed the famished affections.” And on page 239 of her textbook she writes, “To ascertain our progress, we must learn where our affections are placed and whom we acknowledge and obey as God. If divine Love is becoming nearer, dearer, and more real to us, matter is then submitting to Spirit. The objects we pursue and the spirit we manifest reveal our standpoint , and show what we are winning.”

  6. Wonderful reminder this morning…thank you. I also loved the article Angie shared. Thank you!

      1. J Thank you kindly for this full access link, and to Nancy as well for article simply titled, Hope. This line caught my eye, “The prayer instilled with hopeful expectancy….” It is said that when we pray it’s important to be humble and trusting in God and very important to have the expectancy of Good. We don’t just pray and expect nothing to happen. God is powerful and present and fully able to meet the needs of His loved children and because of this we can pray with the expectancy of good. Very uplifting to thought.

        Another good passage:
        “To entertain the real and vital hope that heals is….to be assured of the way out when all doors seem closed; to go bravely on when the light is very dim; to have full faith in God’s disposal of events even though chaos seems imminent.”

        Evan thanks for reminding us to look deeper for any hidden hope or trust in something material that we may be holding onto.

        Blessings to all today!

  7. Hi dear Evan, we love you all very much for your helpful and healing spiritual views from last weekend as well the SpiritView of today!
    The Bible admonishes us to love God with all our hearts, with all our soul and with all our mind, and to love our neighbor as ourselves.
    I understand that is trusting God alone!
    In these loving arms of our Father-Mother God is our safest and warmest place where we really prosper!

    I Love the Psamist’s hope, that it is solely in our loving, caring God being the infinite Good! (Psalm 39/7).
    Wow I am very grateful for Christian Science, the Science of Love!

    Am looking forward reading the two article to which Angie and Nancy gave us the Link .
    Thanks and Love to all who commented today♡♡♡

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