“And He said, ‘The kingdom of God is as if a man should scatter seed on the ground, And should sleep by night and rise by day, and the seed should sprout and grow, he himself does not know how. For the earth yields crops by itself…but when the grain ripens, immediately he puts in the sickle, because the harvest has come'” Mark 4:26-29, NKJV.
There’s something about excitement. You are expecting what you know is on the way and it maintains your joy. You are expecting what God is going to manifest in your life, and you know He has told you that the time is now for what you have been waiting for.
Be excited about your growth in Christ and the increase God is about to deliver into your hands. Be excited about all the preparation you have done to walk in your ministry. As crops in the field, God is showing you hints and glimpses of what is to come. It is on the inside of you, stirred up on the inside of you that God is about to do something great in your life. You may not know exactly how. You may not know exactly when. Yet, you know right now God is about to do it for you.
You may have had some rough times, but you have reached the place where you’ve settled in your heart that no matter what, you will trust the Lord. You will trust the way that He’s bringing His will to pass. You said I will sow into God’s kingdom and continue to sow His word in me. You have turned the corner, and there is an excitement that you can’t explain, nor contain. God is taking you from a man of insecurity, to a man of faith. From a man of shame, to a man redeemed. From a fearful man, to a man of love. There is no telling where God is taking your life now, and it is something to be excited about.
Prayer: Thank You Lord this morning! I am excited about what You about to do! I love You and I am grateful man. You are up to something and I know it on the inside. I am leaping on the inside. Continue to lead me Holy Spirit. This is a precious time in my life, even beyond the rough times I have had, You have still brought me to a place of blessings. Hallelujah! In Jesus’ name, Amen!
Read: Psalm 37:4, 145:15, 1 Corinthians 2:9-10