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Romans 8:24-26 spoke to me awhile back when I was reading the Bible on the Bible App and I saved this Bible Verse on my phone. I just knew Romans 8:24-26 would fit so perfectly with this blog post!

Having hope isn’t something we are able to see, it’s similar to having faith.

Having hope means you trust God that He is going to make your life better soon.

You can’t see hope, but you believe that things will get better and it won’t be like this forever.

When you have hope, your strength and determination gets so much stronger than before.

You believe that with God by your side, He can make the impossible happen.

You just have this feeling that anything is possible and anything can happen at any given time.

2020, more than ever, has been teaching me to have hope. It’s ironic that having a 20/20 vision means your eyesight is perfect and 2020 has definitely been changing my vision!

I have learned so much this year and the year isn’t over yet!

More than anything, 2020 has taught me to have hope.

I have hope… that I will get through this semester of college no matter how difficult things may get, especially since most of my classes moved to online instead of face-to-face.

I have hope… that the end of 2020 will be better than the middle of 2020 where everything started falling apart in the world – we need the perfect ending for 2020 and I believe God is going to give us that!

I have hope… that I can persevere with God by my side and He is the one who has gotten me so far in college, I couldn’t be able to do it without Him.

I have hope… that the whole world will be changed for the better because of the coronavirus.

I have hope… that people who do not know God will soon find Him when they are at their most darkest point of their lives.

I have hope… that whatever you are struggling with right now, you will come out of it even more stronger than ever before.

I have hope… that God will create a miracle for one of my family members and help this person I love so much to get better.

I have hope… that God will lead every single person that is reading this out of the darkness.

I have hope… that God will bless every one of you.

I have hope… that I will not give up no matter how hard life gets.

I have hope… that I will help my Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome by balancing my hormones naturally.

I have hope… that one day I will be able to be a Mom.

I have hope… that every single one of you will have a much better year in 2021 and that God will turn your around.

I have hope… that everything will be better for all of us soon.

We all need to have hope. We need to believe that the end of 2020 will be so much better and the start of 2021 will be a new chapter for us all. 2021 will be filled with so many blessings and I have hope that 2021 will be the year that everything will be so much better. 2020 is the year we will never forget and I know it changed every single one of us in some way.

2020 was supposed to break us.

2020 changed us.

2021 is the year of our breakthrough.

It’s coming!!

If we already knew exactly what would be coming our way, hope wouldn’t exist because hope is something we are unable to see. We wouldn’t have hope at all if God told us the future. We wouldn’t have hope that everything would be better soon.

Having hope is something that changes us and we rely more on God than we rely on the things in this world.

Through this entire blog post, I have been talking about having hope and it’s because of a certain necklace I have had my eye on ever since I first saw it!

I knew I needed this Hope necklace to help me get through this difficult year because we all know that this year has been a struggle!

I recently discovered this cute boutique called, Salted Avenue. This boutique is a family-owned business! Megan, the owner, is seeking out adopting a child and she has certain items that you can purchase to help support her and her family’s adoption journey, like inspirational bracelets and necklaces! This Hope necklace is one of the products you can purchase that will help support their journey of adopting a child – it’s available in gold and silver. Salted Avenue has other word necklaces that are similar to the Hope one with Love and Faith, which the Love and Faith necklaces go towards their adoption fund, too!

More information about Megan’s adoption journey can be found here.

By purchasing anything from this link, you will be making a difference because the products you see on that page all goes towards Megan’s adoption journey and you will be helping a sweet family out!

Salted Avenue offered to give the Kylie’s Corner & More family a discount off of the Hope necklace to give you guys “a little hope” of your own! Salted Avenue is so sweet and generous – I wasn’t expecting this at all from them!! So, please go check Salted Avenue out because they have a lot of inspiring products and I hope you find something that gives you hope!

Use the code: kyliescorner to receive 50% off of any of the two Hope necklaces – there is one that says dainty and the other one is in a huge letters, which I have that one!

Click here to purchase your very own Hope necklace to give you “a little hope” of your own! Remember to type in kyliescorner into the discount code box to receive 50% off of your Hope necklace and the code works only for the Hope necklaces!

“Hope is being able to see that there is light despite all of the darkness.”

When you find the time, please listen to the song, “You Keep Hope Alive” by Jon Reddick.

“You keep hope alive
You keep hope alive
From the beginning to end
Your word never fails

You keep hope alive
Because You are alive
Jesus You are alive

There’s hope in the morning
Hope in the evening
Hope because You’re living
Hope because You’re breathing

There’s hope in the breaking
Hope in the sorrow
Hope for this moment
My hope for tomorrow

There’s hope in the morning
Hope in the evening
Hope because You’re living
Hope because You’re breathing”

For those of you who are new here, I was diagnosed with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) in December of 2019. I have been documenting everything that I have been through and experienced – from discussing my symptoms before I knew what was wrong, all the way to what I am doing now to help my body. My goal is to balance my hormones naturally without taking birth control. I want to give other women with PCOS hope that birth control isn’t the only option. All of the details about My PCOS journey Pinterest board can be found here.

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“2020 was supposed to break us. 2020 changed us. 2021 is the year of our breakthrough!” Have some hope that so many blessings will be coming your way.

18 thoughts on “I have Hope…

  1. I’m so glad there’s hope.
    I’m dying for that hope necklace!!!!! I’m being “forced” not to buy anything right now because I’m going to college and I need all the money I have.
    Which reminds me, I’m giving up WP to go to college, so is there any way we can keep in touch those 4 years I’m gone?
    Awesome song!

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    1. I am too! It is so cute! I understand that, I have been in college and this year is my senior year of college! I’ll be praying for you that God will guide you throughout your college career and that you don’t give up when things get tough! Do you have an Instagram? If you do, we can keep in touch there!💗 It is!

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      1. Well, I had 250 friends (the limit) on the app, which resulted on me being on there most of the day. It was kinda like a social media even though it was mostly about spiritual things, but yeah. I had to let it go for college.
        Thanks. I’ll send you an email real quick so you have mine too.

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  2. Hi, Kylie! This is a touching and inspirational post. Thank you so much for sharing your heart and God’s heart with all of us! I also love that you shared Salted Avenue with your readers. What a precious gift you’ve given them! ♥️ The necklace really is beautiful. I pray the dream of adoption in their hearts comes to fruition soon.

    Hope is powerful, isn’t it? Losing hope is one of the darkest experiences we can have. Holding on to hope can also be one of the most challenging experiences, at times. Yet as you say, we have hope in Christ! One of the most beautiful things about our relationship with Him is how He holds and keeps us, especially when we feel there’s nothing left to give.

    Your post is a healing balm to the hurting. I appreciate you, sister. Keep up the amazing ministry. You’re a light shining brightly in a dark and confused world. Love to you! ♥️

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    1. Hey, Holly! Thank you so much for your sweet comment, you made my day today! 💗 The necklace is so beautiful in person! I pray that they do too.

      Yes, it is! So true and we can’t lose hope because having hope will get us through the most difficult times of our lives. I love how you put that and God’s love for us is so beautiful!

      I pray that everyone who is hurting finds peace after reading this post. Thank you and I appreciate you too, sister! You’re a light shining brightly in a dark and confused world, too. Thank you for your uplifting words, it truly means so much to me! Love to you too!💗✨

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