Looking for hope in the wrong places and faces?

Life is tough!! Have you been let down by certain people in life? Are you having challenges with your career? Are you up against circumstances that seem too daunting that are robbing your joy? Are you constantly triggered and frustrated with politics and the state of the world?

Do you feel that you are constantly pushing water uphill trying to manage all aspects of your life and each day is a rinse and repeat of “getting by”? Where is the joy? Where is the happiness supposed to fit in?

I encounter people every day doing everything possible to get things smooth sailing; your career, your family, finances and circumstances. The reality is that rogue waves of surprises are guaranteed. It isn’t a matter “if” conflict is going to happen; It’s a matter of “when”.

Will you constantly react as a victim being tossed around by the waves of life or would you like to have the ability to stand firm in the bedrock of your joy?

What is a bedrock of joy?

Here’s the deal, if you are basing your happiness on circumstances you are going to be let down. Happiness is based on “happenings”. If you are putting your trust and faith in what the world is offering, you are sure to be disappointed every day. People, places, and things will always come up short and will let you down. What if you could have hope, happiness and joy regardless of your circumstances?

What if you had a friend that wouldn’t betray you, wouldn’t leave you and never let you down? What if you had one “constant” joy that never faded?

Today I’m providing you with a source of hope and joy that is never going to run out…

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5 thoughts on “Looking for hope in the wrong places and faces?

  1. George McCormick says:

    Hey Noah,

    Thanks so much for these encouraging words. I received a bit of bad news this morning and your blog reminded me that I needed to get back to focusing on the Lord and not this world. Thanks again!

  2. genevieveprim91 says:

    Thank you so much for being an inspiration with your blogs, art and testimony. I’ve been through this divorce that was such a battle and really left me feeling alone and at times crashing. It wasn’t until I completely gave all of my trust to God that I found true peace and happiness. I was able to hear the Holy Spirit telling me what I needed to do, and I listened. I didn’t know what was going to happen, or where I would end up but he surprised me! There are days where the struggle is real, so real where I don’t know how I will afford groceries, gas or pay bills. What has brought me pure happiness and joy is Jesus Christ and His love for me. Placing my fears in His hands and really giving my future and the future for my kids up to Him. You have inspired me to share this video with family members as well as write a children’s book about the Magic inside of us all. Thank you for your creativity that brings hope and joy to everyone.


    • Noah says:


      Isn’t it great to know we are never truly alone. I’m super grateful for you sharing and being here. Excited to see and hear about your children’s book!

  3. Scott Hall says:

    Hi Noah,

    Once again, this message was very timely for me! My wife and I are expecting our first baby in January of 2019 and I’ve been dealing with a bit of anxiety (as well as excitement). I seem to worry about so much, “Will the baby have 10 fingers, 10 toes, be healthy, etc?” Even as we came from the Doctors’ office today, I realize how we put our trust in the Doctor but have I really put my trust in “The Great Physician”, trusting that everything is going to work out just fine and what will be, will be? Your message reminds me of the scripture, “Don’t be anxious about anything, but through prayer and supplication, with Thanksgiving, make your requests known to God and He will give you peace of heart.” My Joy and my peace need to be rooted in God! Thank you for this reminder!

    Warm Regards,
    Scott Hall

    • Noah says:


      Thanks for your words and sharing. Indeed the great physician is way more in control than we are. Great reminder! Always.Thank you for the comment and being here. Keep it rolling.

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