Post written by Raymund and Denielle Tamayo
We’ve heard these following clichés: Saving the best for last. The best is yet to come.
There’s nothing wrong about having hope for the future. Actually, we need to have it. We need to hold on to the promises and plans of God for us (Jeremiah 29:11) so we can live more fully and without fear.
But let’s not forget that the best can also lie in the present.