Wednesday Worship: Our Hope Endures

It’s not about optimism.

It’s not about laughter being the best medicine.

It’s not about thinking positive.

It’s about El Shaddai.

Our God is sufficient.

It’s about Emmanual.

Our God is with us.

THAT is how our hope endures no matter what tomorrow brings, no matter what the past has held, no matter what occurs today.

He is our hope.

And He never changes.

Song: Our Hope Endures
Artist: Natalie Grant
Album: Relentless

You would think only so much can go wrong
Calamity only strikes once
And you assume that this one has suffered her share
Life will be kinder from here

Sometimes the sun stays hidden for years
Sometimes the sky rains night after night
When will it clear
But our hope endures the worst of conditions
It’s more than our optimism
Let the earth quake
Our hope is unchanged

How do we comprehend peace within pain
Our joy at a good man’s wake
Walk a mile with a woman whose body is torn
With illness but she marches on

Sometimes the sun stays hidden for years
Sometimes the sky rains night after night
When will it clear
But our hope endures the worst of conditions
It’s more than our optimism
Let the earth quake
Our hope is unchanged

Emanuel, God is with us
El Shaddai, all sufficient
Emanuel, God is with us
El Shaddai, all sufficient
Emanuel, God is with us
El Shaddai, all sufficient

We never walk alone
This is our hope
Our hope endures, the worst of conditions
It’s more than our optimism
let the earth quake
let the earth quake
let the earth quake
Our hope is unchanged

2 responses to “Wednesday Worship: Our Hope Endures”

  1. YES! You know I play this song over and over in my car and cry thinking of you every time. I love you.

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  2. judieyoung@hotmail.com Avatar
    judieyoung@hotmail.com

    My dear Angie,

    He is our hope our only HOPE. Praise be to His name He will never leave us or forsake us. May the God of hope fill us with joy and peace in believing that we may dwell in hope through the power of the Holy Spirit.

    Love and blessings,
    Judie

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