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10 KEYS ABOUT THE POWER OF HOPE/tony buwawa

LIFE LESSONS FROM THE BOOK OF ROMANS 8:25

"But if we hope for that we see not , then do we with patience wait for it .”

10 KEYS ABOUT THE POWER OF HOPE

1. Good news- IF God is the source of your hope, then your hope for a change can never be in vain . Amen. Roms 15:13 " Now the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace in believing, that ye may abound in hope, through the power of the Holy Ghost.” Key – Hope is what fuels your faith and builds up your expectations .

2. God is the source of patience. There is no other way to your miracle if you re not patient in the midst of your storm. Hope is what helps you to become patient . Why? you believe it is going to turn by faith . Roms 15:5 "Now the God of patience and consolation grant you to be likeminded one toward another according to Christ Jesus:” 

3. Because God is the source of hope , then your case cannot be hopeless. Key? Hope is a spirit and as long as God the source of your hope lives in you , then I would advice you "don't quit." Lam 3:26(Amp)" It is good that one should hope in and wait quietly for the salvation (the safety and ease) of the Lord ."

4. Hope is what builds your expectation. Without hope you won't have any expectations. As long as you have hope, key- "God is at work" . see how scripture puts it .Lam 3:21(Amp)"But this I recall and therefore have I hope and expectation .” Why? you cannot have hope, if God is not working on your case.

5. What is hope ? A feeling of expectation and desire. Then the secret is this , if you will not give up , then you will receive your expectations from your source of hope (God). Lam 3:26 (Amp version)" The Lord is good to those who wait hopefully and expectantly for Him, to those who seek Him [inquire of and for Him and require Him by right of necessity and on the authority of God's word].”

6. Key- if you will not give up on your hope, then you shall see it by faith . Matt 9:29 (HCSB Version) says "Then He touched their eyes, saying, “Let it be done for you according to your faith!”

7. Jesus is the anchor of our hope . So how can we be disappointed or have a hopeless case? . Heb 6:19 (HCSB Version) " We have this hope as an anchor for our lives, safe and secure. It enters the inner sanctuary behind the curtain. “

8. Our hope in Christ is alive and not dead . So we are sure of our testimony., Amen. 1 Peter 1:3 (HCSB Version)" Praise the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ. According to His great mercy, He has given us a new birth into a living hope through the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead on. “

9. Our hope in Christ is a sign that what we believe is "there" in the heavenly realms; but the key to unlocking it is our faith mixed with patience. James 1:4" But let patience have her perfect work , that ye may be perfect and entire , wanting nothing " without defects . Amen.

10 . Hope is like a man who already sees how his end will be and he keeps walking by faith . Proverb 4:18 says "But the path of the just is as the shining light, that shineth more and more unto the perfect day." 

Personal quote:

" hope has a voice which says it is not over yet"

Prayer: Father help me to stand strong now in Jesus name , Amen.

 

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The Kingdom Is Here Already

Notice that in our opening verse, the Lord Jesus
didn’t say, “Except a man be born again,
he cannot enter the Kingdom of God.” He said, “he
cannot see….” He’s saying, in other words, that the
Kingdom of God is here present. You can’t see it, until
you’re born again, and have the life of that Kingdom.
The Kingdom of God is the totality of God’s influence
that covers the world and heaven. It’s everywhere, but
its manifestation isn’t everywhere.
God sent Jesus to establish the Kingdom of
Heaven. The Kingdom of Heaven is that part of the
Kingdom of God headed by Jesus Christ, established
in the earth through the Gospel. You become a part
of that Kingdom when you receive Jesus as your Lord,
to be born again. When you’re born again, you start
“seeing” differently. You see what others don’t see. You
hear what others don’t hear. You know what others
don’t know, and yet you may be physically in the same
earthly location as they.
Remember, when God spoke to Jesus on the
Cross, the people said it thundered. Some said, “An
angel spoke to Him.” They didn’t understand, and yet
The Kingdom Is Here Already
Jesus answered and said unto him, Verily, verily,
I say unto thee, Except a man be born again, he
cannot see the kingdom of God (John 3:3).
we were given the meaning of the words.
So, really, “Except a man be born again, he cannot
see the kingdom of God”; he can’t hear or know it. But
when you’re born again, you have insight into divine
mysteries and secrets. When you read the Bible, you
can understand it, because the Spirit of God in you
unveils the Word to you. He makes the mysteries of
the Kingdom clear to you, for it is written, “…it is given
unto you to know the mysteries of the kingdom of
heaven…” (Matthew 13:11).
Prayer
Dear Father, I thank you for
bringing me into the Kingdom
of your dear Son, according to
your own mercy, by the washing
of regeneration and renewing of
the Holy Spirit. I’m grateful for
your Kingdom, which is in my
heart, and for the Holy Spirit in
me who unveils the mysteries
of the Kingdom to me, with the
ability to appropriate spiritual
realities, in Jesus’ Name. Amen.
we were given the meaning of the words.
So, really, “Except a man be born again, he cannot
see the kingdom of God”; he can’t hear or know it. But
when you’re born again, you have insight into divine
mysteries and secrets. When you read the Bible, you
can understand it, because the Spirit of God in you
unveils the Word to you. He makes the mysteries of
the Kingdom clear to you, for it is written, “…it is given
unto you to know the mysteries of the kingdom of
heaven…” (Matthew 13:11).
Ezekiel

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Hey, 32GB iPhone 7, I already hate you

The base-price iPhone 7, according to a recent report by The Wall Street Journal, will have an amount of storage that will make it usable. Not great, not amazing, not best in class, but usable. How exciting is that?

Well, it depends on your expectations. 

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If you expect the iPhone 7, the latest and greatest Apple will have to offer, to finally catch up with every other post-2014 phone out there (even the Chinese ones which cost less than half the iPhone's price), then go celebrate. 

I expect the iPhone 7 to be among the best phones out there, and to achieve that, Apple would finally have to do something unexpected — even if it's so simple as jumping from 16GB base storage to 64GB for the cheapest option. 

At this point some of you may be dismissively waving your hand, thinking you can never please these tech journalists. But hear me out. 

Remember 2008? George W. Bush was still president of the U.S., USB sticks still came in 256MB sizes and smartphones were a new thing.
Apple first introduced a 16GB iPhone in February 2008. Remember 2008? George W. Bush was still president of the U.S., USB sticks still came in 256MB sizes and smartphones were a new thing. And that was the first-generation iPhone, upgraded a year after launch, mainly to accommodate users' ever-increasing hunger for storage. 

In 2012, with the release of the iPhone 5, Apple introduced 16GB as the base storage option. It was followed by iPhone 5S and 5C, then iPhones 6 and 6 Plus, then iPhone 6S and 6S Plus, and finally with the iPhone SE — all of which started with 16GB of base storage. 

UPDATE: July 6, 2016, 7:07 p.m. CEST Our reader Hrvoje pointed out that the first iPhone model that started with 16GB of storage was actually the iPhone 4, which came out in 2010. An 8GB variant of the iPhone 4 was introduced a year later, alongside the launch of the iPhone 4S. This is one of those times when I don't mind being wrong, as it further reiterates the point above. 

Hey Apple, when's the last time we had a pleasant surprise?
Apple has been waiting way too long to upgrade the storage, and it's time to double down. 32GB is not a disaster by any means — after all, most smartphones start there (though, in fairness, most of them also offer a sizable memory expansion via microSD memory cards). But apps are getting bigger, photos are getting bigger, videos are getting huge (try recording 4K video on a 32GB phone and see how far you'll get). Next year, all the flagship Androids will start at 64GB, mark my words. 

There's also the simple matter of being fair to your customers. Unlike most smartphone manufacturers Apple has a hump in memory storage between its cheapest and second-cheapest model. Currently, the iPhone 6S starts at 16GB, then jumps to 64GB and, finally, 128GB. Rumors have it that the iPhone 7 will come with 32GB, 128GB and 256GB memory options. 

But why the hump? Simply because Apple has traditionally been using its cheapest iPhone as bait to lure customers to buy the mid-range model. The somewhat sleazy practice became downright annoying when it became painfully obvious that 16GB of storage don't cut it anymore — sometime around the iPhone 6 — and then Apple did it again next year. 

Most importantly, iPhone's overall specs just feel weak. Yes, it's a great phone, but the current model lags behind basically all competitors in terms of every spec you can think of. RAM? The Samsungs and the HTCs and the LGs have more than the iPhone 6S's paltry 2GB. Screen resolution? 4K phones leave iPhone's Retina in the dust. Battery size? You can easily find phones with twice the battery capacity for half the iPhone's price. With memory prices constantly falling, at least upgrading the storage memory should be easy. You have to wonder if Apple likes to stay behind on purpose. 

It will happen, but when?
Rumors aside, I'm certain Apple will upgrade the storage for the cheapest iPhone 7. The company would get ripped to shreds by the press (and annoyed users) if it didn't. But with the rumors that the iPhone 7 will be far more evolutionary than a revolutionary upgrade, having it start at 64GB would be a really nice touch, instantly propelling it to the top of the smartphone chain when storage is concerned. Apple faithful have been waiting for their phone to be leading in some area for quite some time, and they deserve it. 

Here's the more realistic option, though: The iPhone 7 will start at 32GB, and so will the iPhone after that, and the one after that — until we collectively start pulling our hair and crying out for more storage. It's just Apple's way. 

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