By Olayinka Fapohunda

Culled from Joyce Meyer-Enjoying Everyday Life.

Did you know you can have hope right now? You don’t have to wait days, weeks, months, or years to expect God to move. God is with you and already moving in your life. Psalm 71:14 says ‘But I will continually hope and I will praise you yet more and more’.

A hopeful person doesn’t hope occasionally or sporadically. And a hopeful person certainly doesn’t wait until tomorrow to expect something good from God. A hopeful person is continually hopeful, choosing to hope everyday…all throughout the day.

There are some practical steps we can take to be continually hopeful we can take to be continually hopeful – filled with the anticipation of good and making every day count.


If you have hope, you’re never afraid to believe big. In fact, I like to say that hope is the platform that faith stands on. That’s why it’s a good idea to go to God with a bold prayer today. You can’t live with an expectation today if you haven’t had faith to make a request.