Confident assurance in God’s promises — such as eternal life and the cross work of Christ on our behalf (as our substitute). Hope is satisfied and made comfortable by Metabolized Doctrine and its application in life. (What’s the point of studying God’s Word if you’re not going to do anything with it? The Word is designed for us to process it and utilize it.)

Hope is intimacy with God the Holy Spirit, which can best be described as assurance and peace. (Quiet assurance is the benefit of hope). 

“Without hope there is no peace! Without Christ there is no hope” C. S. Craig.

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