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Lots of us live for the weekend. Whatever struggles the week throws our way, we grind through them, fixing our eyes on the promise of the weekend. Our hope for a time of rest or celebration gives us endurance because we know that our professional pressures will not last forever. In busy seasons, when weekends give us no reprieve, we set our eyes on the upcoming holidays, the end of the project or the baby sleeping through the night. Having a hope for the future is powerful when life is hard.

All of us go through hard times. When suffering comes our trust in God can be shaken. It can raise questions about God’s goodness, his promises to us, his love and faithfulness…

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