“I sure hope so.” How many times have you heard or expressed this sentiment, when someone asks: Do you think you’ll get the job? Will you pass the exam? Will you get a good report from the doctor? Do you think she’ll forgive you? Will he ever change? Can you pay the wedding bills? “I sure hope so.” It actually doesn’t sound hopeful at all. Can hope be more sure? Can we expect a more positive outcome? God thinks so. His kind of “hope” is filled with promise and good expectations. With God, the impossible becomes possible. If you are looking for that kind of hope, join us this Sunday and bring a friend, as we continue our series in the book of Ephesians. See you at Innis Town Hall, @10:30 a.m.