Short daily thoughts to bring hope!

Short daily meditations bring simple messages of hope. Each devotion uses a word image to illustrate an uplifting thought. Topics relate to seasons as well as struggles and the future that include the hope of new dreams, restoration, overcoming difficulties, and renewal. Anchors, spring flowers, candles, chocolate, a soothing touch, encouraging words, and other timeless images and touches remind us of hope and God’s love. The weaving of appropriate scriptures adds to the depth of discovering lasting hope.

Hope might come in an unexpected package, a surprise call, or an encouraging word. Or God might touch your heart with a scripture that fits the moment. You can find  signs of hope in God’s creation, in a little plant growing in a crevice, a bird singing sweetly, or a field planted in hopes of a great harvest. Hope helps us look beyond our circumstances to believe in the future.

Hope is the expectation of something good. In this book you’ll discover daily, uplifting thoughts and learn more about hope, including eternal hope.


Karen Whiting

Karen Whiting

National award winning author Karen Whiting has twenty  books and more than 600 articles published. She delights in sprinkling joy not people’s lives. She’s a former television host, and enjoys adventure. She has ridden a camel in the Canary Islands, white water rafted in Australia, ridden horseback in the ocean in Jamaica, and enjoyed scuba diving off the coast of Bermuda. She’s spoken in such far away places as Russia and Malaysia. She is a widow, mother of five, including two rocket scientists (yes, for real), and a grandmother.


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About Karen Whiting

Karen Whiting is an international speaker, former television host of Puppets on Parade, and an author of 20+books. Writing awards received include the Military Writer Society of America Gold Medal; Christian Retailing Best Award, Children's nonfiction; and the Golden Scroll Best Nonfiction Book of the Year. For more information, visit Karen's website at

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