Hope is not a "when," a "how," or a "where." Hope is a "Who."
The second coming of Christ is the great hope of the church. And while we wait for His return, we must learn to rest in that hope—regardless of personal circumstances or the world around us.
It's time to get off the roller-coaster of "right now" and live with the confident expectation of better days ahead. In the end, Christ's victory is ours—and that powerful reality makes all the difference.