21/21 Days of Prayer
Ephesians 3:20 (NKJV)
Now to Him who is able to do exceedingly abundantly above all that we ask or think, according to the power that works in us,
My daughter is tenacious with her expectations. The other day, her bed frame had broken in her room. We went online and found her a new bed frame and ordered it. My day at the office had been particularly long and stressful and, when I finally got a chance to go home, I picked up my kids to take them to youth community group. As we got in the truck, my daughter saw that her bed had come in and was sitting by the garage. She said, “Thanks for putting that together for me while I’m at group tonight, dad!” I told her how long my day had been and that I would do it on another day but as she got out of the truck she said,“Can’t wait to see how my new bed looks when I get home.” I probably don’t need to tell you what I did when I went home, but I will. I put the bed together!! Expectation is a powerful thing. My daughter was willing to ask and expect me to do something for her and she just knew it would get done.
What are you expecting God to do for you right now?
Are you just praying over your meals, or are you praying and expecting for great things to happen in your life? Start expecting great things. Start asking for things that are too big for you to do on your own. God wants to move on your behalf in a big way, but He wants you to ask, expect, stand, and believe that He can and will do it for you.
Lord, I want to thank you that You can do exceedingly, abundantly, above all I can ask, think, or imagine. (Now take a few minutes to pray big! Write down some big things you are believing God for and expecting Him to do for you.
I hope this 21 days has brought you closer to God and that you feel refreshed, strengthened, and ready to do everything God is calling you to do. He loves you so much and He cares about you more than you could ever realize!