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Keeping Hope Alive: For a Tomorrow We Cannot Control

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In this fearful and cynical age, when doom-and-gloomers forecast catastrophe and fearmongers try to get us to hedge our bets on the future with insurance policies and safety nets, we need to rediscover real hope. Lewis Smedes says, "Hope is as native to our spirits as thinking is to our brain. Keep hoping, and you keep living. Stop hoping, and you start dying." He shows ho ...more
ebook, 192 pages
Published February 1st 2000 by Thomas Nelson Publishers
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Wendy C
I read this a while ago but still keep it fresh and near to pull out and remember to keep hope alive. Just like Smedes, an power packed seemingly small book that will blow you away with depth and application.
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I liked his other books better. It is good, but nothing is new.
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Lewis Benedictus Smedes (1921 — December 19, 2002) was a renowned Christian author, ethicist, and theologian in the Reformed tradition. He was a professor of theology and ethics for twenty-five years at Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California. His 15 books, including the popular Forgive and Forget, covered some important issues including sexuality and forgiveness.

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