Abraham had hope even though the promise of God made no natural or logical sense. In Christ, hope is the complete expectation of coming blessings. We are not to waver through unbelief, but be strengthened in faith giving glory to God.

To be fully persuaded that what God has promised He is able to perform; we cannot walk by sight. At the age of eighty-six Abraham received the promise that he and his wife Sarah would have a child. Fourteen years later, he still believed God would fulfill His word. There is often a time gap between the spoken and the seen promises of God. Timing is not to be pondered when walking by faith. We do not look at any limitation, but at the unlimited potential we have in God. Abraham didn’t consider their weaknesses, but counted on the faithfulness of God. We do not reflect on what appears to be dead, but on the one who gives life. No circumstance should diminish our conviction. We are to be immovable at all times. It’s our believing, not our behaving, that matters most.

Our spirituality does not have to be complicated. We are to only believe. It’s the tendency to add to this one basic principle of faith that hinders our full persuasion. Doubt is often planted through others around us. It comes to cause us to vacillate, hesitate and no longer be fully convinced. We must shut out all voices opposite to God’s and stand firm in His Word, from glory to glory

Romans 4:20-21 “He did not waver at the promise of God through unbelief, but was strengthened in faith, giving glory to God, and being fully convinced that what He had promised He was also able to perform.”