Never disappoint that hope

Remember your word to your servant, in which you have made me hope. Psalm 119:49

“The argument is that God, having given grace to hope in the promise, would surely never disappoint that hope. He cannot have caused us to hope without cause. If we hope upon his word we have a sure basis: our gracious Lord would never mock us by exciting false hopes. Our great Master will not forget his own servants, nor disappoint the expectation which he himself has raised: because we are the Lord’s, and endeavour to remember his own word by obeying it, we may be sure that he will think upon his own servants, and remember his own promise by making it good.”

- Charles Spurgeon, The Treasury of David (Peabody, MA: Hendrickson Publishers), 239-240.

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