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THE HARP STRING OF HOPE


G.F. Watt has a famous painting entitled Hope. It pictures a poor woman against the world. Her eyes are bandaged so that she cannot see ahead. In her hands is a harp, but all the strings are broken save one. Those broken strings represent her shattered expectations, her bitter disappointments. That one last unbroken string is the string of hope. She strikes that string and a glorious melody floats out over the world; it fills her dark skies with stars. The artist painted a great truth: Even when all else is gone, you still have hope!


Perhaps the psalmist put it best. “Put your hope in God.” (Ps. 42:5)


(From a sermon by Donald McCulley, Got Hope? 12/21/2010)

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