Today we’re talking about HOPE. Hope is always related to something future that has not yet unfolded. You can’t hope for something that has already materialized or that you can hold in your hand. Then you wouldn’t be hoping, you’d be observing. In order to have hope, you have to hope for something that you can’t yet see. Therefore, there is always an element of faith or trust involved in hope. We need hope and we don’t want to naively put our hope in a fairy tale. We want a sure thing. But finding a sure thing that is not yet realized is pretty difficult, isn’t it? For this message we look at Hebrews 10:23-25 where we find some important insights on hope.