Christians have a covenant with God full of hope giving promises. When looking at natural facts, things can look hopeless and yet we can still have hope. God’s hope giving promises allow us to have hope when all natural hope is gone. I can say that because Bible hope is different than natural hope. Romans 4:18 says of Abraham, “Who against hope (natural hope) believed in hope (spiritual hope or hope from what God said)…” Natural hope is based on natural knowledge. Natural hope said your body is too old and Sarah’s womb is dead so there is no (natural) hope of you having a child.
When natural hope is gone, it’s natural to say there is no hope but that is not the end of the story. Abraham had a promise full of Bible hope and Bible hope has nothing to do with natural knowledge. Against natural hope he put his faith in the hope that came from the promise and Isaac was born. Put your faith in the hope that comes from God’s promises in the Bible and receive!