Hope in Chaos

Hope in Chaos

hope in chaosToday’s post is for you who cannot even imagine how things could work out in your situation. This little reminder is for you who is right now overwhelmed with things happening in your life. These words are for you who is at the end of your rope. There’s hope even in chaos.

There is no situation so chaotic that God cannot from that situation create something that is surpassingly good. He did it at the creation. He did it at the cross. He is doing it today.~ H.C.G. Moule.

Hang in there, my friend. Hang in there. God is in control. God is helping you and creating beauty out of ashes right now. With the words of Martin Luther God made man out of nothing, and as long as we are nothing, He can make something out of us’. 

And if these quotes were not enough, here’s what Jesus said: “You’re blessed when you’re at the end of your rope. With less of you there is more of God and his rule” (Matthew 5:3, MSG).

When you are a child of God, the same power that was in operation at creation and at resurrection is at work in your life. Embrace this fact. And live accordingly.

Don’t let hardships tear you away from the center of God’s will for you. Don’t let your in capability to see how your life will turn around, diminish your trust in God’s ability to do so.

God’s power is with you today. Cling to that knowledge. Cling to Jesus. You will be all right. More than all right. You will be blessed beyond measure. With Jesus, there’s hope even in chaos.


Dear God,
Thank you for always knowing the right words to
uplift and encourage me.
Thank you for your limitless supply of hope.
Thank you for being in control of my life.
Come and use your power to make your will
happen in my life.
Use me for your glory.
In Jesus’ name,

Q4U: How has God’s power affected your life? Do you believe there’s hope in chaos?

Be blessed, my fellow pilgrim, as you hope and lean on God when the going gets tough!

Image courtesy of Mari-Anna Stålnacke.  Linking up today with Unite the Bloggersphere and #tellhisstory.

2 thoughts on “Hope in Chaos

  1. God changes situations. We so need to remember that what we are not stuck in our current situations forever. Our God changes both people & situations. Blessings!

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