Hope

“You have shocking honesty and glorious hope coming together in the psalms. I think that’s exactly what a person who has dealt with the brokenness of the world, who has been violated needs– they need that honest look at what life is about because they need to know faith is not about denying reality. But they need hope.”

“I want them to understand one other thing. That hope is not to be found in understanding everything I’ve gone through. And hope is not to be found in understanding why this person would do it to me. Hope is a person, and His name is Jesus. And the Psalms point to the Savior who is to come, who is the ultimate healer of the heart, the ultimate One to give you the strength and the motivation and the desire and the hope and the joy to move on.

Paul David Tripp

(I play this on repeat like it’s a song…)

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