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Recognizing that hopelessness is not from our Abba is crucial in partaking of the provision needed for the moment at hand, and we are only ever able to partake in this moment with Him, because of Jesus. And so, as we are faced with what appears to be hopeless in the flesh, we instead, choose to intimately and inwardly raise our eyes to our Savior, knowing that He is our hope and it is only through His ultimate sacrifice that our sustenance is able to be profoundly manifested. However, during the struggle of hopelessness, we often must remind our wavering fleshy minds, emotions, and feelings that our Shepherd does not guide us into hopeless situations, because through Him nothing is hopeless. But those moments are simply another opportunity for our faith and confidence to be strengthened, as we privately learn new revelations regarding how our Lord’s active reign raises us above the limitations of this world. We see what is not always visibly seen, because we know His unfailing hope continuously reigns as the Holy Spirit, our Comforter, sensitizes us to His voice and desensitizes us to all else, including our own. Our Abba, the Great I Am, is the Creator of all things, and His amazing love is the epitome of all Hope. Romans 5:3-5, ‘And not only so, but we glory in tribulations also: knowing tribulation worketh patience; and patience, experience; and experience, hope: and hope maketh not ashamed; because the love of God is shed abroad in our hearts by the Holy Ghost which is given unto us.’