And wait expectantly
I love reading through Psalms, mainly because of the way David prays. Looking at chapter 4, you can see how he doesn’t ask God to answer his prayer. He sort of demands it.
Psalm 4:1 – Give me relief from my distress.
Psalm 4:7 – Fill my heart with joy.
A chapter later he carries on to say this…
Psalm 5:3 – In the morning Lord, you hear my voice. In the morning I lay my requests before you and wait expectantly.
What are your prayers this morning? What area of your life do you need God to step into today? Do you truly believe that it will happen? Are you genuinely still waiting? Or have you given up?
Let’s have big enough faith to demand God to answer our prayer. Let’s have the courage and audacity to wait expectantly, knowing that God is already at work.
I think there’s something truly wonderful in making a bold, faith-filled declaration. Write down what you’re declaring God to do in your life today and then wait expectantly for it to come.
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