“For the LORD thy God bringeth thee into a good land, a land of brooks
of water, of fountains and depths that spring out of valleys and hills;”
“A land of wheat, and barley, and vines, and fig trees, and pomegranates;
a land of oil olive, and honey;”
“A land wherein thou shalt eat bread without scarceness, thou shalt not
lack any thing in it; a land whose stones are iron, and out of whose hills
thou mayest dig brass.”
“When thou hast eaten and art full, then thou shalt bless the LORD thy
God for the good land which he hath given thee.”
What is it about the Promised Land? It is a life prepared by God where every experience turns good, making the believer the envy of all Deut. 8:7; 1Cor. 2:9. It is a life where there is no scarcity, everything blossoms, flourishes, and produces abundantly Deut. 8:8,10. It is a life where the believer is always at an advantage over others Deut. 8:9. Everyone must strive to step into this land, and God has promised each one an entrance at the forth coming 40th anniversary of this commission between May 2nd and 9th 2021.
We have identified the force of expectation as the vital requirement to access our Promised Land Pro. 23:18. Scriptures make it clear that expectation is the covenant force to actualize every promise of God. In fulfilling His promise of a child to Abraham, God had to stir his expectation, by asking him to count the stars in the sky and the sand at the shore Gen. 15:5. We have therefore been exploring what is in expectation that guarantee access to the Promised Land. Let’s go further in this study in our teaching today.
Understanding How Expectation Works to Deliver Result Without Delay.
The beauty of prayer is when it generates answer; and it can be very frustrating when it does not Jms. 4:1-3. But until expectation (faith) is in place, answer to prayer is not in view Jms. 1:6-7. Elijah, who exemplified the life of answered prayer, prayed answer-expectant prayer to move heaven to send rain on the earth 1Kgs. 18:41-46; Jms. 5:17-18.
In essence, for answer to all the prayers we have made towards the 40th anniversary prophetic feast, we must have clear expectation from God. This means we must keep thinking of the reality of our expectations, which we have expressed in all the prayers we have made to God Pro. 23:7; 4:23. What I can see is, this becoming our most glorious season thus far in life.
Jesus is Lord!
Father in the name of Jesus and by the Holy Spirit, open my eyes in scriptures and cause me to see the reality of my promised land Psa. 119:18.
List our all the promises of God concerning your life that are yet to become a reality, and present them to God as your expectations for this prophetic feast.
Whatever promise of God that has suffered delay in your life shall become your testimony in this prophetic feast!
This 40th anniversary shall be your time of divine visitation that shall actualize every of your dreams in life!