Today's Scripture: "Listen to my voice in the morning, Lord. Each morning I bring my request to You and wait expectantly" Psalm 5:3 NLT
Today's Word from Joel and Victoria: What are some of the things you do each day? We are all creatures of habit in one way or another, but can you say like the Psalmist that you wait expectantly each day? Most people find it easier to follow the first part of this verse. They bring their requests each day; but really, the key to seeing God move in your life is found in the second part - to wait expectantly each and every day. When you go out with an attitude of faith and expectancy, you are opening the door for God to move on your behalf. You are declaring with your actions that you trust Him. That's why it's so important to feed your faith every day by spending time with HIM. So today, make time to study HIS Word. Take time to bring your requests to HIM. Then, go out with an attitude of expectancy and watch what GOd will do on your behalf!
A Prayer for Today: Father God, I dedicate this day to YOU. Thank you for all the blessings YOU have prepared for me. I wait expectantly on YOU today knowing that YOU are working behind the scenes on my behalf. IN Jesus' Name. AMEN.
What a word for me. I wrote in my journal this morning that I am continuing to "act" like I am the one in control. I have gotten better - but there is still more work to be done. I seriously need to work on the waiting - knowing that for certain HE has a plan and a purpose for me and that HIS timing is perfect. Each and Every Day!
I started the Beth Moore books study, "So Long Insecurity" I have never done a full Beth Moore Study, or read one of her books. I have seen her teach, her writing is like she is sitting with me telling me a story / teaching just me. Love it! What is the most interesting, I have never really considered myself to be "insecure" ... as she breaks down the definition, it has been revealed to me that there are areas in ME that need some work. I look forward to working through those areas - God is ALWAYS up to something ... PRAISE THE LORD!
GRACE AND PEACE!