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At (in)courage, we empower women to be like Jesus. Our writers share what’s going on in their life and how God’s right in the middle of it. They bring their joys & struggles so that you can feel less alone and be empowered by the hope Jesus gives.

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  1. Hope is not something I can do on my own. I’m thankful for the Holy Spirit that helps me sustain my confidence in God.

  2. This book sounds so good!
    I look forward to these (in)courage posts every morning. I’m wondering though, does any one know of a similar thing for men? I feel like my husband could really benefit from something like this too.

  3. Hi Aliza,

    Great reminder to keep trusting God and the hope will come as our mindset shifts to a more positive perspective! Thanks.

    Blessings and Merry Christmas!

  4. Your devotional came at just the right time. I have been suffering from a horrible headache for 4 weeks. I have had these episodes over the past 10 years. Thank you for your encouragement and yes, when the pain has finally gone away, we still have our hope! Praise God!

  5. This writing on hope is excellent. I know these things, but I certainly needed this reminder this evening.
    The author of this article writes in an interesting, easy-to-read manner. Thank you to incourage.me for keeping up the good work of giving
    us Seniors quality spiritual readings

  6. Aiiza,

    I work as a clerical in several ICU units at a large hospital. It can be very hard to find hope in the midst of struggles. I do my best to encourage the patients & their families. Tell them that I pray for them. Letting them know someone cares & is trying to give them hope.

    That phrase “you are stronger than you think” was all over the hospital during Covid.

    Blessings 🙂