What does the hope that is in you mean?

: with the hope that something will happen or could happen He returned to the crime scene in (the) hope of finding further evidence.

What does the Bible say about being prepared to give an answer?

Scripture tells us that we must always be ready to tell others the good news. We must be prepared as Paul writes in 2 Timothy 4:2, “Preach the word. Be ready to do it whether it is convenient or inconvenient. Correct, confront, and encourage with patience and instruction” (CEB).

What Bible verse says you have an answer to everything?

“A feast is made for laughter, wine makes life merry, and money is the answer for everything.”

What does it mean to put your hope in someone?

pin your faith/hopes on somebody/something To have expectations that are tied to the success, performance, etc., of a particular person or thing.

How do you use in that hope?

in (high) hopes that With the expectation, intention, or desire that (something will happen). He strove to be well-behaved in prison, in hopes that he would be let out early on parole. I’m being extra nice to my sister all through December, in high hopes that Santa will bring me a new video game for Christmas.

Do you say in hope or in hopes?

In the hope of is quite singular indicating one hope however, in the hopes of is plural and indicates there is more than one hope.

How do we prepare for God?

Prepare Yourself Spiritually

  1. Be Set Apart. When you are called to teach, you should be set apart and given a special blessing by your priesthood leaders.
  2. Seek the Guidance of the Holy Ghost. Seek the Holy Ghost as you teach.
  3. Pray Often.
  4. Study the Scriptures.
  5. Live the Gospel.
  6. Be Humble.

What does the Bible say about preparing to meet God?

Therefore thus will I do unto thee, O Israel, and because I will do unto thee, prepare to meet thy God, O Israel.”

What does it mean to give up hope?

DEFINITIONS1. to stop believing that something you want to happen might be possible. We never, ever lost hope, and we never lost confidence that we would win one day. Synonyms and related words.

What is the meaning of the idiom in a nutshell?

Concisely, in a few words, as in Here’s our proposal—in a nutshell, we want to sell the business to you. This hyperbolic expression alludes to the Roman writer Pliny’s description of Homer’s Iliad being copied in so tiny a hand that it could fit in a nutshell.