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MEETINGS

Thursday, May 26

We have this hope . . . , both sure and firm.​—Heb. 6:19.

Our Kingdom hope serves “as an anchor for the soul,” giving us stability despite challenging circumstances or anxious thoughts. Meditate on Jehovah’s promise of a future in which negative thoughts will be gone. (Isa. 65:17) Picture yourself in the peaceful new world, where distressing situations will no longer exist. (Mic. 4:4) You will also strengthen your hope as you share it with others. Do all you can in the preaching and disciple-making work. If you do, you can “have the full assurance of the hope down to the end.” (Heb. 6:11) As this system of things comes to its end, we will experience more challenges that could produce anxious thoughts. We will be able to face those challenges and remain calm, not in our own strength, but through our trust in Jehovah. Let us show by our actions that we have faith in Jehovah’s promise: “Your strength will be in keeping calm and showing trust.”​—Isa. 30:15. w21.01 7 ¶17-18


(Hebrews 6:19)  We have this hope as an anchor for the soul, both sure and firm, and it enters in within the curtain,
(Isaiah 65:17)  For look! I am creating new heavens and a new earth;And the former things will not be called to mind,Nor will they come up into the heart.
(Micah 4:4)  They will sit, each one under his vine and under his fig tree,And no one will make them afraid,For the mouth of Jehovah of armies has spoken.
(Hebrews 6:11)  But we desire each one of you to show the same industriousness so as to have the full assurance of the hope down to the end,
(Isaiah 30:15)  For this is what the Sovereign Lord Jehovah, the Holy One of Israel, says: “By returning to me and resting, you will be saved;Your strength will be in keeping calm and showing trust.” But you were unwilling.


See paragraph 17

17. According to Hebrews 6:19, how can our Kingdom hope give us stability despite challenging circumstances?

17 (6Keep your hope strong. Our Kingdom hope serves “as an anchor for the soul,” giving us stability despite challenging circumstances or anxious thoughts. (Read Hebrews 6:19.) Meditate on Jehovah’s promise of a future in which negative thoughts will be gone. (Isa. 65:17) Picture yourself in the peaceful new world, where distressing situations will no longer exist. (Mic. 4:4) You will also strengthen your hope as you share it with others. Do all you can in the preaching and disciple-making work. If you do, you can “have the full assurance of the hope down to the end.”​—Heb. 6:11.

18. What challenges can we expect in the future, and how can we face them successfully?

18 As this system of things comes to its end, we will experience more challenges that could produce anxious thoughts. Our yeartext for 2021 can help us to face those challenges and remain calm, not in our own strength, but through our trust in Jehovah. During the coming year, let us show by our actions that we have faith in Jehovah’s promise: “Your strength will be in keeping calm and showing trust.”​—Isa. 30:15.


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