Daily Read – Isaiah 39:1-41:16; Ephesians 1:1-23; Psalm 66:1-20, Proverbs 23:25-28
The word wait in the Hebrew Lexicon is translated qavah which means: to look for, to hope, and to expect.
But those who wait on the Lord
Shall renew their strength;
They shall mount up with wings like eagles,
They shall run and not be weary,
They shall walk and not faint.
Those who wait receive revelation from My omnipotence. As you faithfully and expectantly look for Me, you will find Me in everything. I am not hard to find, if you search for Me with your whole heart, you will see My hand in all things in your life.
In your pursuit, My Zoe life sustains you with expectancy and hope pushing you to continue to search and wait for revelation. Holy Spirit is the wind beneath your wings that carries you into heavenly places. From this place, I bless you with every spiritual blessing in My Son, Christ Jesus.
The eagle reads the wind and finds the air current that lifts him above the storms where he soars unaffected by the turbulence beneath. He trusts the wind and places his life in it. Rest and trust Holy Spirit to carry you into the safety of the secret place far above the storms the enemy stirs up in your life.
From this place of trust and shalom, you will run without weariness because it will be in the Spirit and not the flesh. You will walk and not faint because you live, move, and have your being in Christ and not in your flesh.
From this place, weariness, fainting, and exhaustion go
Father, take me into the high places where I can soar with You. I am tired of flapping around all day accomplishing nothing, but self-inflicted exhaustion. The busyness of life tethers me down and hinders my flight into heavenly places. Holy Spirit, I give you permission to reveal those things that keep me earthbound. I ask You to shine the light of truth into my day and illuminate all things that weigh me down. As You show me, I ask for the wisdom and strategy to lighten the load. In Jesus Name, Amen.
because you will soar in the Spirit instead of flapping in the flesh.