Prayers and Devotions for Passover Night Seven sunset on beach Passover is about remembering what God has done in the past, living with expectancy for what God is going to do today, and what He will do in the future.

At the first Passover, the Hebrew slaves were told to eat their meal in haste. They were to be dressed and ready to go, with shoes on and staff in hand. They were to expect God to show up for them at any moment. God wants us to live with that kind of expectancy of Him every day. He is always reaching out to us, always giving, always ready to interact with us.

 

Each day is new. Ask God for eyes to see Him in the expressions of His love that He has in store for you today.

How do we live with expectancy for this day? We’ve been reflecting this week on ways God has “shown up” for us in the past. Remembering these landmarks of the past is one way of igniting in us an expectant hope for today. Where will God meet you today?

God promises that we will find Him if we search for Him with all our hearts (Jeremiah 29:13). He is always calling our hearts to Him – each day, throughout the day. He often calls softly, in ways that could easily be overlooked if we are not attuned to Him. The song of a bird. The warmth of the sun. Making that green light. A kind word from someone. All of these are moments that offer us the opportunity to connect with God. All of them are gifts from His hand.

Each day is new. Ask God for eyes to see Him in the expressions of His love that He has in store for you today.

Develop a sense of expectancy by asking God: What special gifts might You have for me today, God? In what ways will You call my name to draw my attention to You? How do You want to meet me today? What everyday gifts from Your hand do You want me to especially notice today?

Father, thank You so much for how You love me! Give me eyes to see expressions of Your love that I’ve been overlooking. Show me how to meet You in moments throughout my day.

 

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