Monday thru Friday, Curt Landry Ministries hosts a program called, “PowerPoints with Curt Landry.” Each day Curt Landry takes a few minutes to cover an area that the Lord has laid on His heart. The idea is that “in consistency lies the victory.” Each time you tune in, you will receive a little nugget of biblical wisdom that will help supercharge your day.
That said, recently we were reviewing some of the past teachings that were shared on this program, and we wanted to take a few minutes and walk through a very special message on hope.
We know that the holiday season is not easy for everyone. Many struggle with the loss of loved ones during this time, and it is our prayer that you will listen to these powerful bite sized messages and be greatly encouraged.
At the close of this assignment on hope Curt Landry prays that all who are listening will receive a fresh baptism of the Holy Spirit—while decreeing and declaring that hope will not disappoint!
“And now, Lord, what do I wait for? My hope is in You.”—Psalm 39:7
If you are in a season of having to wait… don’t quit! Many times people get tired of waiting, but if you will stay on the bridge of hope… eventually the promise will come!
“I rise before the dawning of the morning, and cry for help; I hope in Your Word.”—Psalm 119:147
The Psalmist is saying that our hope is in His Word, which is Messiah. The key is that God is love and He cannot lie. If you quote His Word across the bridge of hope, eventually you will get to your destination called, “promise!”
“O Israel, hope in the Lord; for with the Lord there is mercy, and with Him is abundant redemption.”—Psalm 130: 7
In abundant sin there is abundant redemption, but that comes by returning and walking with Him as the Lord.
“Through whom also we have access by faith into this grace in which we stand, and rejoice in hope of the glory of God.”—Romans 5:2
How do we access hope? It is by faith. As we travel on the path toward our destiny we must stand in faith—identifying as a son or daughter of the Most-High God.
“Now hope does not disappoint, because the love of God has been poured out in our hearts by the Holy Spirit who was given to us.”—Romans 5:5
Hope is a bridge. From the time you decree and pray, then you must go over troubled waters to get to the promise.
We hope that you have enjoyed this time of review. Be encouraged! If you have prayed and asked the Lord… He will answer. Choose not to speak words of doubt or fear, but remain steadfast—decreeing the Word of God over your future. Do not let circumstances deter you from your destination but remain rooted and grounded in His promises, asking Him for guidance and direction.
If you have lost a loved one, or are struggling with enjoying the holidays because of painful memories from the past, we want to believe with you that this year will be a time of restoration. We know that what you have experienced is very painful, but we believe that even in the darkest hours, God can bring healing to your deepest areas of need.
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