My Expectation is in God Alone

I was born and raised in New York City and while living there most of my life, I’ve lived outside of the city three times. But this time has been the longest. In July, I will have lived here in Florida, for seven years. Boy how times flies. But now it seems as though the cloud is moving once again.

I always knew that I was here in Florida for a limited amount of time and when I first got here, I planned to return to NY whenever my Dad went home to be with the Lord. But a trip back to NY last summer changed that for good. The minute I left the airport upon arriving in NY, I was certain I would never return. I kind of knew it, but going back to NY for the first time in six years, solidified it for me.

Now, as I contemplate making another geographical move, I know the I need finances to do that. But I don’t have any expectation in anyone except God. God told me he was going to roll out the red carpet for me, so GOD is going to do it, not man.

I already kind of have an idea how I can pull this off. Yesterday I spoke to an investor about a quick sale on this house. He turned out to be a Christian and even though it’s not the best case scenario, he said he wants to try to help me. God gave me time  and opportunity, with the foreclosure being cancelled to get this done. I know that God is up to something and I’m excited. One thing I do know is where God gives a vision, there must be provision. It’s going to be exciting to see how God works it out. I’m trying not to get anxious, but if I could leave next week, I would, but first things first. A trip to my new city is next on the agenda.

The faith walk it just that. You go and act on what you don’t see. While I’m typing this I’m listening to a prophet talk about how he made a geographical move by faith. I can do this and I will!

Genesis 12:1

New Living Translation (NLT)

The Call of Abram

12 The Lord had said to Abram, “Leave your native country, your relatives, and your father’s family, and go to the land that I will show you.

4 thoughts on “My Expectation is in God Alone

  1. Yes it is always best to depend upon God. I have received too many spiritual spankings for depending too much on my own strength

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