Anticipate what’s to come.

September 19, 2017

Anticipate what’s to come.

Have you ever noticed how close anticipation and anxiety are?!? Usually, we get anxious about what’s to come, how we are going to handle a situation, an unexpected turn of events, or just uncertainty in general.

We feel out of control and we totally freak.

But why do you think that is?? How do we flip that switch and turn what we are anxious about into something we are anticipating? How can we trade in nervousness for excitement?

By trusting that your God is a God that SHOWS UP.

I know, it’s simple. And far easier said than done. But isn’t that what the crux of it all comes back to?

What if you treated opposition as an opportunity to see Him move rather than a window of defeat?

What if you embraced uncertainty with anticipation of what He will do rather than fear of how you will handle it?

What if curveballs because catalysts for our faith instead of avenues to our anxiety?

I will bet everything I own and all that I am on this: God will show up. He already is.

He’s working.

He’s moving.

He’s sure and He’s steady and He’s present.

Get EXCITED for what’s to come!!!!!!!!

If it’s from His hand, it will be good.

Have a GREAT Tuesday!

“But as for me, I will watch expectantly for the Lord; I will wait for the God of my salvation My God will hear me.” -Micah 7:7

“Therefore, return to your God, Observe kindness and justice, And wait for your God continually.” -Hosea 12:6

xoxo,




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