Notre seul espoir devant le mal

« While we look not at the things which are seen, but at the things which are not seen: for the things which are seen are temporal; but the things which are not seen are eternal “2 Corinthians 4. 18
“…; which is Christ in you, the hope of glory” Colossians 1. 27

The evil is there with us. It is in conflict, wars, in our hearts too. He is there with its attendant suffering, broken relationships, and damaged lives.
Jesus did not come to remove the evil from the earth. On his way he rejected and denounced by his words, his attitude and actions. On the cross, in his suffering, Jesus still finds words of hope for those around him: the words of forgiveness toward those who condemned Him, words of love towards the robber who speaks to him, words of comfort to his family. Then he takes it upon himself during the three dark hours of the crucifixion, the condemnation of the sins that we had committed. This is how he has been our Savior.
Through the resurrection of Jesus, a new promise arises in the heart of the story. By rising Jesus from death, God brings hope to face death, a certainty healthy living for every believer. This victory of Christ and its consequences is acquired for all who take refuge in Him. Such is the substance of Christian hope.
Fellow Christians, we could occasionally be as overwhelmed by the progress of the evil in this world. Do not lose faith. Our hope is tied to raised Jesus. It does not relieve us in the work that lie ahead but it allows us to fulfill them by looking at him, who will come to take us up in the heaven.
This context turns us towards the glory of God and encourages us to act on what is eternal.

Dieu est accessible

« And this is the confidence that we have in him that, if we ask any thing according to his will, he heareth us: 15 And if we know that he hear us, whatsoever we ask, we know that we have the petitions that we desired of him.” 1 John 5. 14, 15
Before making a move to get something, we wonder if the person to whom we will send is able to give us a satisfactory answer. We also try to seize the moment in order not to disturb and be welcomed.
What is the difference with the welcome we find from God! We know he is almighty. We also know that He loves us He did not spare his own Son, do not make it we donate all things with him? (Romans 8. 32)
We can turn to Him freely, at any time, without fear of disturbing (Luke 11. 5-13)
We know all this, yes! But do we really believe when we turn to Him? Does it happen to us not to pray while thinking that he did not hear us? Why is it so?
Just because we make an image of God to the extent of what man is. Yet throughout its pages, the Bible tells us about different characters of God’s power supplies, his fidelity to his promises, his goodness in his care renewal
Jesus came to let us know as Father.”For the Father himself loves you,” (John 16. 27)
“Behold, what manner of love the Father hath bestowed upon us, that we should be called the sons of God: therefore the world knoweth us not, because it knew him not” (1John 3.1)
Come to know this wonderful relationship. We will be led to understand his will and therefore to pray more intelligently and opportunely