“Walking in expectation is about trusting and believing things are working together for my good.”
Do you have expectations that don’t work out exactly how you want? Do you feel like you spend all of your energy trying to make things perfect and exactly how you visioned them, only to be disappointed with life? Maybe it’s time for you to stop living in expectations and start learning to walk in expectancy.
Many people think that having expectations is the same thing as expectancy, but it’s really not. Expectations are about hoping everything goes exactly the way you wanted it to from beginning to end.
Walking in expectancy is about heading to your destination, and trusting everything will work out for the greater good. You don’t need the perfect plan to get started, in fact that will just cause you to delay a failure as you try to map out your destination.
Instead get moving, learn along the way, and trust that everyone and everything around you will help guide you to your goals. If you try to force your expectations to happen, you may inadvertently be heading in the wrong direction or missing out on lessons you need to learn along the way.
Trust in the journey.
On this episode of redefining wealth I dive further into the pillar of faith, and explain how you too can walk with expectancy.
Download this episode today to learn how you can give up your expectations to live an all around happier life and get to places you didn’t even know were possible.
“God knows what you’re waiting on when he sees what you’re working on.”
The Cliff Notes:
Faith is an important pillar about believing in something greater.
Most people assume expectations and expectancy are the same thing.
We believe having your finances in order means chasing money.
Expectations are what we hope for.
What we look forward to is not always what we get.
Sometimes we set the bar too high, sometimes we set them too low.
Trying to do what you want by any means necessary can put your energy in the wrong places.
Expectancy enhances our expectations.
It’s about expecting all things will work out for your good.
You have to take action if you want something to happen.
If you want to be writer, you have to write. If you want to be an investor you have to invest.
There’s not much we control except ourselves, our attitude, and our abilities.
Walking in expectancy means confidently looking for favor at every turn.
Our conversations should reflect victory – not victimhood.
“You can be committed to the vision, but not attached to how you get there.”