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Hope: Food for the Journey

30-Day Devotional

Paul Mallard Elizabeth McQuoid

144 pages
SPCK Group

Most of us get hope all wrong.

We hope for better health, a generous pay rise or good grades for our children. Our wishful thinking may or may not have a good outcome, but when it does, it never leaves us satisfied.

This 30-day devotional in the Food for the Journey series shows us that Christian hope, by contrast, is guaranteed and eternal, dealing with certainties: Christ's death for us, his forgiveness of sin and our hope of heaven when we die.

Covering passages from Matthew, 1 Peter, Romans, 2 Corinthians, 1 Thessalonians and Revelation, in this devotional some of the Keswick Convention’s most beloved preachers – including Don Carson, Ray Ortlund and Jonathan Lamb – unpack the Bible’s teaching on hope. In self-contained daily devotions they show us how we can enjoy the pleasures of earth knowing that they point to the far greater delights we'll experience one day in God's presence.

In a small, easily portable format, Hope is perfect for carrying around with you on the go. Like all the Food for the Journey books, its undated format means you can start and finish at any time of the year, and work through it at your own pace.

Whether you are looking to renew your own sense of hope and wonder at God’s goodness, or want to dig more deeply into what the Bible teaches us about hope, this little devotional is packed full of wisdom that will help strengthen your faith in your walk with Christ.

'The hope set before us' is far greater than we can ever imagine. This devotional shows the glorious contours of our inexhaustible hope, offering encouragement and reassurance, whatever our present circumstances may be.

Author Bio
Elizabeth McQuoid is Commissioning Editor for Keswick Ministries. She is married to Jeremy, the Chairman, and they live in Aberdeen. She has written over 20 study guides, including The Transforming Trinity. She edits the Food for the Journey series, and is co-author with husband Jeremy of The Amazing Cross. Elizabeth is a columnist for Evangelicals Now and a former trustee of Keswick Convention.