Hope can mean trust, reliance; desire accompanied with expectation of what is desired or belief that it is attainable; one on whom hopes are centered; a source of hopeful expectation, or promise; something that is hoped for, or an object of hope. The Hebrew root verb qa·wahʹ, from which come terms rendered “hope,” basically means “wait for” with eager expectation. (Ge 49:18) In the Christian Greek Scriptures, the sense of the Greek term el·pisʹ (hope) is “expectation of good.”

No Real Hope Without God. 

– Insight on the Scriptures found online at jw.org in many languages. 

“No real hope without (Jehovah) God.”… Ponder that thought for a moment. 

Do we trust in our bank account, our homes, our families, … is our Hope in those things too. Or do we honestly Hope in the solutions that God has promised mankind thru the pages of the bible. And God’s worldwide organization today. 

Jehovah brought the nation of Isreal out of bondage to slavery thru his organization and he used Moses, a very humble man, to lead them thru the wilderness… To the land he had promised. 

Jehovah has brought us out of slavery to sin and death thru his son’s sacrifice and will repair the earth and the hearts and minds of men thru his government with his Son ruling as king, today! 

Our Hope is founded on reality. Faith in his Promises is Hope! 

Read and study Gods words! They contain the key to HOPE, life and true happiness! 


Loyalty – Hope – and letting go! 

Sounds like a contradiction but in my quest to deeply comprehend godly loyalty I have discovered a truth  about myself that I was not ready for. 

Hope is good! 

Loyalty is good!  

Letting go of things, forgiving on the inside is good. 

But when we have a misplaced hope or a distorted view of loyalty. Those truths can stand in our way of Godly loyalty.  And Loyaty To Jehovah God is where life, hope and joy live. 

2 Samuel 22:26 – With someone loyal you act in loyalty;..

 Jehovah knows when to let go of hope. He knows when to show mercy and when to walk away. This summer there will be a 3 day convention held in multiple languages across the globe. 

Remain Loyal To Jehovah

Find a convention Location near you and plan to attend you will not regret it! This I know. 

I personally look forward to readjusting my core beliefs on loyalty since they were formed and  sustained by very unloyal people and others that had misplaced loyalties. This will be a journey of growth for me. But one I will embrace deeply.  

Loyal Love 

Exodus 34:6, “…Jehovah, Jehovah, a God merciful and compassionate, slow to anger and abundant in loyal love and truth,”

Hosea 6:6 6 “For in loyal love I delight, not in sacrifice,And in the knowledge of God, rather than in whole burnt offerings.”


Oxford defines it this way – Patience = 1 the capacity to accept or tolerate delay, trouble, or suffering without getting angry or upset:

Jehovah says it is a fruitage of his spirit. – Galatians 5:22 -23 “On the other hand, the fruitage of the spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faith,  mildness, self-control. Against such things there is no law.”

Hebrews 6:12 “so that you may not become sluggish, but be imitators of those who through faith and patience inherit the promises.”

Col. 1:11, “and may you be strengthened with all power according to his glorious might so that you may endure fully with patience and joy,

How can patience that single quality help us?

Being patient means you know not everything changes in a day, it gives you the time to breathe and make decisions with wisdom rather then hastily trying to fix something.

It reminds me of skilled chess players, although they have to move within an allotted time, they look several steps ahead at the consequences in a single move, it might not be seen with in two moves but perhaps ten.

Patience allows us the time to rely on Jehovah’s wisdom, and not our own.

Why hurry, we have forever and a day!

Tonight is by far the most important Evening of the Year!

Memorial of Jesus’ Death

You are warmly invited to meet with us to observe the anniversary of Jesus’ death. Find a meeting location near you. –

“One Man Died for All”

  • Who is this man?
  • How does his death help us?
  • Why is it important that we remember him?

You are invited to consider answers from the Bible on Tuesday, March 26, 2013 – information quoted  from Jw.org

Please Attend.  (Tanpri Vini)

One act of love has saved all of mankind.  Please come be a part of a very important global event tonight.


Hope? What we hope for some days can be a rainbow in a storm, other days it stands in our way of enjoying the very moments we live in.

How can hope be an asset to us and not a stumbling block?

Hoping for good to embrace our lives requires other skills such as patience, a godly sense of timing, endurance and vision.

Patience allows us to be ok in the moment, to say in our sad hearts today is not the day but that is ok, today. We can live in a day tight compartment and embrace what today offers, and not be crippled by what is missing today.

A godly sense of timing allows us to see our lives in a new way, it is not a sad 70-80 years and then it all ends. We don’t need to get all we can today because god promises endless tomorrows. If we do our part today.

Endurance some days we stay on track enduring the pains of today. And some days are just painful in body, soul and/or in mind. Endurance understands that life gives us good times and hard times so when it is low we understand that life will not stay there tomorrow a window might open, letting new light in.

Vision allows us to see beyond today. Looking for new ways to grow and expand and enrich the world around us. The people our lives touch become a new adventure. We will not always be understood, or cared for but we can always try to understand and care for others. Today it might not bring us joy but vision sees that tomorrow our lives will be surrounded by what ever good our grand creator wishes to bless us with.

Will war and suffering ever end?

While the world fuels the flames of WAR do you find yourself asking this question, Will war and suffering ever end?

I have found a the answer please take the time to look.  If I am right the earth is about to change for the better. and I want to make sure you are a part of that positive change.

Will war and suffering ever end? Learn the answer

Or perhaps you have asked one of these questions,

  • Does God really care about us?
  • What happens to us when we die?
  • Is there any hope for the dead?
  • How can I pray and be heard by God?
  • How can I find happiness in life?

I have learned there are answers. Learn the answer