A recent poll released by USA Today reveals that American parents are unfailingly optimistic about their children’s future. Parents hold optimistic hope for their children even though they are pessimistic about their present circumstances. Yet, worldly hope is temporal, and the hope given in the Scriptures is eternal. While the Scriptures never give warrant for blind optimism, they clearly teach that Christians are to be hopeful in Christ. On today’s show, Dr. Mohler addresses the crucial topic of optimism from a Christian perspective. Grounded in a Biblical worldview, Christian hope and optimism is grounded in Christ and in His kingdom which cannot fail.
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