Hoping for a solution to our world's biggest problems is probably a futile exercise. It empowers no one, seeks no advice and counsel, and takes no action. Instead of hope, we should create a gameplan that details the scope of the problems, possible solutions, as well as a time limit by which the problems should be solved. Every problem has a solution, and every solution has a spiritual component. If your focus is narrowly limited to the physical component only, you are definitely not likely to solve the problem for the long term. Nor are you likely to choose the appropriate problem solvers.
Hundreds of billions of dollars are devoted each year to meager attempts to end poverty, stop gun violence, end hunger, end famine, stop pollution, stop drought, end wars and conflicts, end hatred and racial and religious aggression, educate children, heal sickness and disease, heal emotional trauma, stop drunk driving and other anti-social behavior patterns, and a host of other local and global problems. None of these problems will ever be solved by individuals who have no genuine relationship with God, and whose methodology is limited to the physical manipulation of numbers and statistics. Nor will they be solved by individuals who have no connection to their spirit, have no soul, and/or have no genuine interest in being members of God's kingdom.
The Lord God Almighty El Shaddai