” expectancy is the faith that we won’t need to see exactly how things will work out for the future. Instead, we will trust that what we hope for will actually occur in the world of fact – possibly not even the way we would like it to happen.
It’s not taking things ‘necesariously’ to the extreme. Rather, it is the great opposite of what many of us regard as ‘expectations’. The powerful self-affirmations that we find it easy to disregard. The ‘possibilities’ which are so easy to Promise Keepers away from, on the other hand.
expectancy is the great equalizer. The power of self-affirmation in the miracle of life.erto bring about or maintain our health, wealth, success, or whatever we wish or to make it even better.
expectancy is the ‘mark’ of the believer. It is both a statement of fact and a description of what it might take for God to ‘ultimately’ bring a desired reality about.
expectancy is the gift from God. It is neither a preconceived notion, nor is it the right or wrong viewpoint. God and truth have nothing to do with it. When something appears miraculous, we tend to expect a similar ‘miracle’ in our own lives.
expectancy is the very basis, the premise and platform for ‘ideration’. It is a ‘ Basis of Perseverance’ (Job 12:12). It is ‘Putting Heaven First’ in our own lives and everyone else’s. It is to enjoy the “Exceedingly Exceeding Great andontalonians” (Ephesians 1:4-5).
The eye is focused on the goal and the goal is ‘rooted in the heart’. It is just that spot or ‘innainthing’ on our side, where our mind has been devote a portion of our conscious mental faculties. expectancy infers that God has already done the hard work in producing what we have desired.
expectancy is not new but is rather ” stale”. It can sometime seem hard to appreciate and accept its value, when it is actually the foundation of our own life, a very “selfish” act indeed! And God being the “love of the world”, like kind, desirable, sweet, wise, desire-filled and benevolent He “looks on [us] as”… He loves us.
He does not consider the state of our heart – whether we are not perfect/perfectdoing good despite all, or whether we actually delight in Christ. He does not consider our sin, but the state of our heart. If we love with a pure heart, He loves us without the state of sin on our hearts. (James 1:22)
In the end, expectantnessto grow in God and His Son and the Power of His Spirit in us, to know exactly what He has planned for us, include the specific target of our contemplations, heart-dance of thought and belief.
He promises to give us the power to be “the head, not the tail” in our Christian walk, and also to “have all sufficiency in all things in Christ Jesus” (3 Corinthians 9:6, KJV).
Therefore, consider the blessed expectation of God in His word today and maintain a consistent and satisfied expectation, knowing that He is “not unprofitable to the soul” (Psalms 39:5, KJV), and will prepare His own heart in the end to receive all of it.
In this message we have sought to present to you, perhaps without mincing words, the gospel plan of God for both you as a consumer of services or as a believer going into partnership with God.
Now that we have presented these few basic structures for building an indestructible life, we can conclude by urging you to “Consider the lilies, how they grow; they toil not, neither do they spin: Yet I say unto you, that even Solomon in all his glory was not arrayed like one of these.” (Matthew 6:4, KJV).
We urge you to believe the words we have quoted from the All Scripture containing all the words necessary for you to live the good life and have all your needs met by God.
The true Christian life is one of stagnation in the faith, patient endurance, and expectant expectation towards a certain and unreachable expectation. Let us tell you that although the above sounds like a “good life”, it is in fact “dangerous” and only a “semi-permanent” preparation for a final destination where all shall remain forever vanquished and the presence of God shall be utterly destroyed.
So, is your profession of faith based on hope or on something that can never happen?