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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 4 – Masters)
Topic: Hope (05/04/06)

TITLE: There is Hope
By Thomas Kappel
05/10/06


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There Is Hope

Hope is not of the present.
It is not of the now,
though we may hope now,
hope is of the future.

We hope forÖ
Heaven not Hell,
salvation, grace, peace
long life, love, prosperity, health,
things of the world, and things of the spirit.

We pray in hopes of the answer being yes.
We hope for forgiveness on Judgment Day,
even though itís already been given.
We hope for enlightment.
We hope for understanding Godís will, his Word,
and our purpose.
We hope to be ready when he calls.

Hope gives us anticipation for the future.

In the garden at creation,
He has hope for all mankind.
Hope for the future in a timeless eternity.

In Bethlehem at the birth,
He has hope for all mankind.

In the river at the baptism,
He has hope for all mankind.

On the cross, looking down,
He has hope for all mankind.

At the resurrection,
He has hope for all mankind

He has hope for our purpose in being.

There is hope in mankind for all mankind.

Jesus is of the now,
Have Hope, for all mankind!


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Linda Watson Owen05/11/06
What a refreshing panoramic view of the scope of hope! Sometimes it is very refreshing to back up and get the big, wide angle picture in a poem instead of the intense close up that I usually fall into in writing. Thank you!!
Jessica Schmit05/12/06
What a true account of what hope really is. Thanks for such a direct, beautiful account.
Purity Snowe05/12/06
This is very nice ... some real pearls about the hope of all mankind. good work!
Maxx .05/12/06
I really liked the variable structure that you have built in here. This reads well. Very well done!
Beth Muehlhausen05/22/06
Hope for all!! Forever!