I live my life with a holy anticipation. I genuinely believethat God could come out of nowhere at any given moment, invade the reality of my life, and change everything forever!
I’m reading in Ezekiel this week and I love the specificity of Ezekiel 40:1: “In the twenty-fifth year of our exile, at the beginning of the year, on the tenth day of the month, in the fourteenth year after the city was struck down, on that very day, the hand of the Lord was upon me.”
In the margin of my Bible I wrote: this could be the day.
This could be the day that God gives you a vision. This could be the day you experience a breakthrough. This could be the day God does a miracle. This could be the day the hand of the Lord comes upon you.
I also like the New Testament version of this Old Testament truth. The Message translation of Philippians 4:4 says: He could show up any minute!
May we live with that holy anticipation.
Mark Batterson leaves us with a challenge of how we should approach each day. The question is this: Do I live in Holy Anticipation? Do you?