Waiting on God?

Expect Your Miracle By The Clark Sisters

This morning I woke with many songs on my mind. I find that when ever Abba is trying to get me to a certain point of view He will use any way shape or form to do so. He is lovingly relentless when it comes to His children, communing with them and them relating to Him.

So I woke with the above song. I hadn’t heard this song in so long. Yet, He reminded me of a time when I heard it all the while and believed it to my core and my spirit that I would use it to minister to myself. He then also reminded me of a time when after such ministering, He came through. He is trying to tell me something, and I’m stubborn enough to miss it if I’m not careful.

The lyrics are as follows,

I’m looking for a miracle
I expect the impossible
I feel the intangible
I see the invisible
*
The sky is the limit
To what I can have
*
Just believe and receive it
God will perform it
Will perform it today
*
I expect a miracle every day
God will make a way out of no way.

That’s the whole song. As simple as this song is and seems, is as powerful it is as well. When you have The Truth of God which is The Word of God, coupled with such a song as this, amazing things can happen. Breakthroughs you’ve been waiting on, impossible situations turned around, unimaginable manifestations of God’s goodness suddenly come into being.  God knew what He was doing when He inspired the writer and singers of this song. God is ALWAYS intentional. One just has to pay attention and be willing to see His intentionality in their lives.

So I’m waiting on God for some really big things…. really big. People of the world would say “foolish” or even “impossible” things. Thankfully I’ve long seen and accepted that I am not of this world. I’m merely a yielded vessel of The Lord. Willing to be used for His Glory, passing on through, until His coming.

During my morning reading and meditation The Lord lead me to Exodus 14 and revealed a crucial piece to the Puzzle that is the great I AM.

Then the Lord said to Moses, “Tell the Israelites to turn back and encamp near Pi Hahiroth, between Migdol and the sea. They are to encamp by the sea, directly opposite Baal Zephon. Pharaoh will think, ‘The Israelites are wandering around the land in confusion, hemmed in by the desert.’ And I will harden Pharaoh’s heart, and he will pursue them. But I will gain glory for myself through Pharaoh and ALL his army, and the Egyptians will know that I am the Lord.” So the Israelites did this.” – Exodus 14 v 1-4, NIV

I’ve highlighted the bits that are the main focus. This is an idea of how I interpret what I’m reading. I dissect and sort through extraneous detail to find and draw out the main points. This is How God made me. Through this fashion He pointed out one blaring fact. HIS GLORY and His alone, is to be seen. His Name, when on the line, His reputation as THE GOD of ALL and His glory must always take precedence. Our job is to Trust Him. No matter what, despite how things seem or look to those around us. We are to TRUST.

Trust
… His Love for us
… His Position as GOD and Lord of ALL
… His Word to us
… His Commitment to upholding His reputation.

We WILL fail God. That is a given, and an inevitable expectation. ( Let’s be honest with ourselves now. )

But God will NEVER fail us. It’s not in His nature.

So take heart.

His answer(s) will more than likely come in ways we don’t expect and so we think He has forsaken or worse, forgotten His word to us. But He hasn’t. He is simply being an unfathomable awe-inspiring wonderful God.

We just has to pay attention to catch it.

So I encourage you to wait well with me.  ( I know! it feels like you’ve been waiting forever! ) Just hold on tight to GOD.
He’s not done yet.

 

Prayer requests welcomed below!

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