Hope - confidence - Hope | Definition of Hope by Merriam-Webster

"That's what I thought," she said. "I thought, 'Oh, gee, I don't have the experience, I don't know enough.' And now I'm thinking, 'Oh.'"

We provide employment opportunities to families in your home, that would allow you a substantial income to help meet your financial needs.

( third-person singular simple present hopes, present participle hoping, simple past and past participle hoped)

The difference between faith and presumption is faith is our response to God’s word of revelation, presumption is our expectation of God to do something He did not say.

Old English hopa , from hope (v.). Cf. Old Frisian and Middle Dutch hope , Dutch hoop , all from their respective verbs.

I love the way the psalmists wrestle and fight and struggle to maintain their hope in God. This is normal Christian experience while we are still just saved sinners. And we better own up to it, or else we may grow sluggish and negligent in our fight for hope. And that is very dangerous, as our text plainly teaches.

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It is suggested that the confidence bias can be explained by a noisy conversion of objective evidence (observation) into subjective estimates (judgment), whereas noise is defined as the mixing of memories during the storing (observing/learning) and retrieval process (remembering/judgment). [5] The information-theoretic logic behind this explanation is very similar to the mechanism that can also lead to the conservatism bias , and holds that we mix true and false evidence during storage and retrieval of evidence to and from our memories. The confidence bias results because as judges we "look inside our own memory" (evaluate our confidence) and find evidence that is more extreme than when we retrieve evidence for our judgements (which are conservative due to mixing of extreme values during retrieval). This explanation is very simple and straightforward, but nevertheless sufficient mechanism to generate both, overconfidence (in situations where judges are very sure) and underconfidence (in cases when judges openly state to lack the required knowledge).

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