a little clip of a boy who sees the source of something cool and, by faith, waits and waits to see something cool again since there’s the promise, or hope, of something amazing occuring again. The word HOPE in greek from the Bible implied more than a wishful thinking. Instead of “I wish I could win the lottery” like we would use it. It would be more like “I hope my retirement is large enough to live comfortably.” The HOPE used in the Bible has more certainty. HOPE, in the Bible, implies more of a WHEN something will happen instead of an IF something will happen. And I think this clip captures that idea well.



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