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  • Andrew Braisted

Day 2: Hope

But those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint. Isaiah 40:31


In Isaiah 40:28-31, the prophet Isaiah shares a wonderful message of hope. The passage reminds us that God is everlasting, the Creator of the ends of the earth, and His understanding is far beyond our comprehension. We are encouraged to look to Him as the source of our hope and strength.

As we navigate the holiday season, it's easy to feel drained and exhausted. Yet, the promise of hope lies in the assurance that God's strength is limitless. We are invited to wait upon Him, to place our trust in His promises.

This renewal in Isaiah 40:31 is not a fleeting moment, but a transformation of who we are in Christ. As Christians we are called to rise above our circumstances and keep our focus on the Hope we have in Jesus. God's promise is that, in Him, we find the endurance to face life’s challenges without wearing out or giving up.

As we look to a new year ahead, I hope that Isaiah 40:28-31 will be a source of comfort, reminding us all that our hope is anchored in the eternal, unchanging nature of our Creator. As we wait on Him, our strength is not only restored but renewed, allowing us to face each day with the assurance that, in God, our hope is secure.

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