Hopeful. One of the best words in the dictionary.

Hopeful (adjective)
1. having qualities which inspire hope
2. full of hope: inclined to hope
This has to be one of the most powerful words in the dictionary. To be hopeful is to want to get another day. To be without hope, would be an incredibly difficult burden.
Today, I am hopeful. Prayer is powerful. The communion of saints in prayer is a wonderful thing. That’s what’s going on. I have some mighty powerful prayer warriors, I think.
And, lest you think that I am suffering fools gladly, I’m perfectly willing to take hope in one small aspect – not everything has to be better, just one thing better can make me hopeful.
Are you hopeful? What makes you so, if you are? What are you inspired to do if you are hopeful?

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2 Responses to Hopeful. One of the best words in the dictionary.

  1. carolyn says:

    It is truly joyful when one can be hopeful!

  2. Janet Shelton says:

    If you lose all hope you have nothing. Hope always gives one something to grasp and look forward to…………

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