“My soul fainteth for thy salvation: but I hope in thy word.” Psalm 119:81 (KJV)

Losing hope in the Word of God is the beginning of your downfall. As a child of God, you were born out of the Word of God, and you need the Word of God every day to live a meaningful life. The psalmist says, “I am dying to know your salvation; my hope is in your word” (CJB).

Dear beloved, the only hope you have is the Word of God; therefore, never doubt the Word of God. It is vital to keep your hope alive by confessing and communicating faith from the Holy Scriptures at the slightest opportunity. Faith is now. Whereas faith says, “I have it,” hope says, “I will have it.”

Beloved, your salvation is nearer than you think. It may be the salvation you are looking for is a job that can provide for you and your family, so keep saying, “Lord, the hand that doesn’t work must not eat; therefore I have the job I am looking for,” (2 Thessalonians 3:10). Go out there, and the Lord will help you find a job or help you create one for yourself.

Keep feeding your mind and heart with the Word of God, meditate on it, and observe it, and you will never lack any good thing (Psalm 1:2–3).

Hallelujah! Be conscious of the Word!