“Expect the Holy Spirit to move.
Your faith will never rise higher than your level of expectation”
This statement was a wake up call to me this week. It was a wake up call to be expectant.
Am I expectant all the time? Not really.
Sometimes the cares of the world weigh me down and I get stuck. But YAH doesn’t want me there.
He is great and mighty and cares for me and wants to be there for me…..
The level of my expectation needs to rise. The higher my expectation the higher my faith level.
The woman with the issue of blood comes to mind. She wasn’t like, “oh well, let me see if I can get
a healing. If Yeshua heals me, great but if He doesn’t, at least I tried.”
What!!! Crazy right??!! The woman had a high expectation. She wasn’t thinking, “what if”.
She was going to get her healing full stop! (Luke 8:43-48)
Friends, we need to raise our expectancy level. We can’t have a ‘whatever happens, happens’ approach to YAH.
Expect the Holy Spirit to move in you and through you because He is going to move! (that’s for me!!)
Another friend of mine shared her thoughts about expectation,
“The definition of expectation is, “a strong belief that something will happen or be the case in
Our expectations for Yeshua can be set high.”
We need to turn the level up of our expectation. We can’t be mediocre about this. Our expectation will
always be challenged but let’s ask the Holy Spirit to help us live expectant every single day.
What areas in your life is your expectation low or non existent?
Bring those areas to Him. Let Him breath new life into those dead areas.
I have found that because of deferred hope/disappointments our expectations can be hampered but I believe
YAH wants us to be expectant in Him again. No matter what has happened in the past we need to live expectant.
We need His help to do this.
Let me share a scripture with you,
“Now unto Him that is able to do exceedingly abundantly above all that we ask or think, according to the
power that worketh in us.”
Nothing is impossible for Him, so be expectant!
Expect, hope and trust without restraint!
That’s my challenge and your challenge in this season!
Bless you friends….
Amen. God bless you too. I love the passage about the woman with the issue with blood. She didn’t allow anything to stop her from receiving her healing. She came as she was expectant. When Jesus realized that his power had been taken away from him, he wanted to know who touched him. What was so powerful about that line was the fact that the woman touched him and his power was taken away. She humbly came before God amidst the crowd admitting that she was the one who touched the hem of his garment. She received her healing. She came with an expectant heart and in the same way, we must also come as we are with expectation that God can do far beyond our expectation.
Amen! He can do far more beyond our expectation!
Live expectantly is what we must do daily. Thank you for sharing your thoughts.
Loved this post!