How do you feel watching the news this week?
As you see the headlines unfold, it’s important not to lose hope.
Hope is still a rare commodity; it's not out of fashion.
Hope is still a viable thing people need and want. Hope is available and it exists for us.
There are so many unknowns for the future. Who knows what the future holds?
We need the hope that Christ is there already, and he is not surprised by what's happening in Ukraine.
He's waiting for us. And there's the promise of better things to come. Although, we don't know when and how.
And those who are most vulnerable need this same hope.
I know, right now, I’m especially thinking of the vulnerable people in Ukraine, and I hope you’ll join me in taking time today to pray they may have strength and peace.
I’m also praying for you and your family to be reminded of our God’s faithfulness and trust in his plan.
“Let us then approach God’s throne of grace with confidence, so that we may receive mercy and find grace to help us in our time of need.” - Hebrews 4:16
Written by Albert Reyes, president and CEO of Buckner International.