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Last seen on: –NY Times Crossword 21 Jun 19, Friday
LA Times Crossword 19 Aug 2017, Saturday
Random information on the term “HOPE”:
Hope (lat. spes) is one of the three theological virtues in Christian tradition. Hope being a combination of the desire for something and expectation of receiving it, the virtue is hoping for Divine union and so eternal happiness. While faith is a function of the intellect, hope is an act of the will.
Aquinas defines hope as “”…a future good, difficult but possible to attain…by means of the Divine Assistance…on Whose help it leans”. Hope, by its very nature, always concerned with something in the future. Like the theological virtues of faith and charity, hope finds its “origin, motive, and object” in God. In Hebrews 10:23, St. Paul says, “Let us hold unwaveringly to our confession that gives us hope, for he who made the promise is trustworthy.”
In the Christian tradition, hope in Christ and faith in Christ are closely linked, with hope having a connotation that means the one with hope has a firm assurance, through the witness of the Holy Spirit, that Christ has promised a better world to those who are His. The Christian sees death not just as the end of a passing life, but as the gateway to a future life without end and in all fullness. Pope Benedict XVI states: “Whoever believes in Christ has a future. For God has no desire for what is withered, dead, ersatz, and finally discarded: he wants what is fruitful and alive, he wants life in its fullness and he gives us life in its fullness”