In Luke 2:25-35, we read about Simeon, who placed his expectations on God’s faithfulness. He had spent his lifetime anticipating the arrival of the Messiah. And because God had told him he would personally see the Christ, Simeon knew that Jesus would be born in his lifetime.

Have you noticed that the higher our expectations, the greater our disappointment when they are not met? Whether our unrealistic expectations are placed in other people, in our own strength, or in specific situations, we will always experience discouragement when things do not go as planned. But when our expectations are placed in the promises of God, we will never be disappointed. His timing may not always be as quick as we would like, and His methods may be different from what we expected, but God will always follow through on His promises.

Simeon’s prayer was a confident prayer. He was not surprised that God had fulfilled His promise. He knew God would remain faithful. Simeon’s expectations were met because they were rooted in the promises of God. God had promised to send the Messiah, so He sent Jesus Christ to earth. Simeon never gave up on God, and God did not disappoint him. Where do you put your confident, man or God? That is why I pray for someone this new month as you put your confident and hope in the Lord as it’s written the expectations of the righteous result in joy (Proverbs 10:28)

I declare upon your life may your expectations be fulfilled in the name of Jesus Christ (Amen)

Have a blissful productive new month with divine open doors in the name of Jesus Christ (Amen)

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Prophet Funsho Daniel (GVPVTM, UK)
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