Pray With Expectation

Good morning family, in today’s devotion, let’s talk about today’s thought, “Pray With Expectation”.

Today’s thoughts comes from Mark 11:23 which Jesus said, “For verily I say unto you, that whosoever shall say unto this mountain, be thou removed, and be cast into the sea; and shall not doubt in his heart, but shall believe that those things which he saith shall come to pass, he shall have whatsoever he said.”.

Here is a simple thought.

If we don’t really expect to receive anything from God, why do we pray? Have we gotten that religious and faithless that praying is just a good idea, rather that an avenue for answers from heaven.

Your words matter. Your mind and your faith respond to anything you say. Never verbalize anything you don’t want to happen. Pray your expectations, not your experiences. 

Start picturing your miracle. God begins everything with a picture. God pointed out the stars to Abraham to stir his faith for children. The woman who was diseased for 12 years saw a picture in her heart of her healing and it moved her to touch the hem of Jesus’ robe. Guard well the miracle picture God placed within you. It is the key to your miracle.

Jesus created a picture in the mind of a mountain standing before you and me, and us standing before the mountain, opening our mouth, and speaking to it to be removed. Jesus goes on to say, with a heart filled with faith and no doubt, we will see it come to pass. Now isn’t that an amazing picture for our minds of what is possible with faith in God.

Your mountain doesn’t have to be made of rocks and stones, it can be any gigantic issue or problem you may be facing. Jesus said speak to it in faith, giving it instructions on what to do and where to go. That’s powerful.

Pray with me: Father, I thank you today that I can choose to speak words of life, words of hope, words of healing, words of happines, words of victory over my life and over the lives of those I love and care about. Give me the grace to be be extremely careful with the words I speak today, because they will determine the tomorrow that I live in, and I want the best tomorrow. Amen.  

Remember to make time in your busy life to become a part of a good weekly Bible Study group so you can connect with others, build your faith, and learn and grow together as a family; because the truth of life is, you can’t succeed alone. 

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