Divine Hope


Christ at Emmaus – Rembrant




Do you still not trust me?  Take the Road to Emmaus with Me.  When I encountered my disciples on that road they stated, “we had hoped that he was the one who was going to redeem Israel.”  Their hope was so different than Divine Hope.  Their dreams not nearly as large.  My dreams over you are bigger than your own.  How many times in your limited understanding have you “hoped” only to have the situation be so completely different than you had “hoped”?  Different, but better, because MY HOPE is better than anything you can possibly ever imagine.  Be in my NOW.  Rest your hope there.  The trials and sufferings you are enduring are not all for naught.  It is your betrothal to me.  The preparation for the Divine Marriage.  My will in you.  My kingdom come.  When you find yourself in doubt, you must simply only look to the breaking of the bread, and there you can recognize me.  Remember the great things I have done for you.  You are my beloved.  Do not fear.  I am with you always.

Luke 24

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About veilofveronica

I am a mother and wife as well as an RCIA and Adult Faith Formation catechist at a parish in the south. I have 3 children and a great husband.
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6 Responses to Divine Hope

  1. I was meant to come here and read these words. Thank you, Susan. God be with you.

  2. Christina says:

    And my thoughts were directed to this thought as well through prayer ❤ We have nothing to fear if we keep hoping for His Will to come over and through us. Amen. Thank you Susan ❤

  3. Hope and trust have been a recurring theme for me today. Thank you for letting our Lord speak through you.

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