We never know just what the loving truth is until it is shown us as we go though the day from situation to situation. Therefore, our hope is not focused on particular expectations or results; it is more open and available to what we do know and do not need to know until the time comes. . . . Such wide-eyed, open hope frees us to be more in touch with what is of God during the day, rather than being in touch with what we have predetermined by our too controlling and narrow expectations.

Tilden Edwards, Morning B.R.E.W. by Kirk Byron Jones