Agreement Expectations (3 of 3) by Frank Damazio
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Series: Agreement - Partner With God
Introduction: This message is taken from the book of Daniel, chapter 10. The context is the twenty-first day of Daniel's fast and the words that came to him. In a season where you and your church are partnering in agreement, possibly in prayer and fasting, the words given to Daniel are appropriate and should be seized. Agreement expectations are taken from the words given to Daniel and the words Daniel uses to respond to God. This is our time to make a personal declaration about our future and our destiny in God. This is our time to make agreement expectations that put God at the center of our lives, and by faith believe this is our defining moment, our prophetical pivotal season of life, what we call a tipping point. Today is the only time we have in our grasp. Let us not let it slip away. Grasp it. Take it. Believe it. This is your day to agree with the greatest expectations for the future.
Daniel 10:2-3 In those days, I, Daniel, humbled myself for twenty-one days. I ate no choice food, no meat or wine touched my lips.
I. EXPECTING THE TOUCH OF GOD
A. AGREEMENT EXPECTATIONS
1. Expectation is the attitude of faith that believes in the greatness of God's will and work in my life, my family, my church, my nation, and the nations of the world yet to be done.
2. Expectation spirit
a. Jeremiah 33:3 ''Call to Me, and I will answer you, and show you great and mighty things, which you do not know.''
b. Jeremiah 29:11 ''For I know the thoughts that I think toward you,'' says the LORD, ''thoughts of peace and not of evil, to give you a future and a hope.''
3. Expect a touch
a. Daniel 10:10 Message A hand touched me and pulled me to my hands and knees.
b. GNT Then a hand took hold of me and raised me to my hands and knees; I was still trembling.
c. AMP A hand touched me, which set me [unsteadily] upon my knees and upon the palms of my hands.
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