What are you expecting? Are you expecting the blessings of God? Or better yet, are you expecting His miracles? It’s time to go above and beyond in our thoughts, beliefs, and expectations. It’s time to expect the impossible; farther than the eye can see.
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Expectation for miracles is where we are located in the spirit. We are believing and trusting God like never before for incredible miracles that only God can perform. As Saints, it is up to us to look deeper into the spirit of God for greater than we can imagine, better than the last blessing we received. Why not ask God for a new thing? Why not dare to dream? Why not step out of the crowd, and try God for a new beginning? Lazarus did so.
Lazarus was raised from the dead by the calling of his name. He heard the voice of the Lord, and decided to rise up! He was in expectation. He recognized his name and voice of the one calling his name. Not only did Lazarus hear the voice of the Lord; but he “obeyed” the voice of the Lord. He didn’t think about being considered a corpse or buried along with the dead. Lazarus obeyed the voice of his Lord even in death among the dead. (John 11:38-44)
The Bread of Life spoke Life into a dead situation which resulted to resurrection of Life. Jesus is the Bread of Life; he carries life on the inside of Him. Through every word spoken from the lips of our Lord, life was attached. He spoke to Lazarus’s dry bones, and they rose (Ezekiel 37). Remember, death and life are in the power of the tongue (Proverbs 18:21), and we have the same power on the inside of us to speak life over ANY situation.
Fellow Christians, here are a few questions to ponder upon. Do you recognize the capabilities which lie on the inside of you? Have you used the abilities and authority that God has given you? What do others see in you? What do you believe is expected of you? If you’re having trouble understanding or even answering these questions, take a look at Acts 3 (KJV). Acts 3 tells the story of a lame man that sat at a temple gate called “Beautiful”, begging of those passing by. However, one day he took a “look” at two special passersby; and his life was never the same.
If you are tired or feel unsatisfied with your current life’s status; take a “look” on the message within Acts 3 (KJV). Ask God to opening your spiritual eyes that you may see what you have never seen before; in order to receive an expected miracle. Be in expectation, stay connected to God, and hearken diligently unto the voice of the Lord thy God.
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