All Resources on Hope
A meditation on Psalm 105:4
The life of the godly is not a straight line to glory, but they do get there. No matter where you are, if you love God, the best is yet to come.
Can you think of any fact more encouraging than that God rejoices to do you good?
John Piper says a simple hug can minister significant hope to others.
Four illustrations from Scripture of how hope moves and sustains love.
John Piper recounts how Psalm 42 became particularly sweet to him.
Jesus is not partial to the healthy. He prefers the homeliest, weakest patients whose eyes sparkle when he enters the room.
There is coming a day when our bodies are going to be redeemed and there will be no more groaning.
John Piper explains how Christian hope frees us to love others.
John Piper talks about how our hope in Christ makes us look different than the rest of the world.
John Piper talks about how we can fight—and help others fight—for hope.
If there is any wonder or awe or admiration or fame or praise or applause, it belongs to the glory of God. For all other glory is like grass compared to God's.
A wise son makes a glad father, says the Lord, and it is the Word of God that makes a son wise.
A great hope produces great boldness.
The blessed hope of all who believe is the appearing of our great God and Savior Jesus Christ. Do you eagerly await the coming of Christ?
The strength to endure comes from the hope before us. And the hope before us comes from the Scriptures.
Biblical hope not only desires something good for the future; it expects it to happen.
From beginning to end our salvation—our election, our calling, our faith, our sanctification, and our glorification—is a work of divine grace.
To get well from the disease of sin, and to have a living hope, you have to undergo surgery.