Have you ever misplaced something you not only wanted to find. . .but you had to find.
Perhaps, it was your car or house keys. . .an important document for work or some back-up files for your taxes.
After some time passed and more mental anguish than you care to admit … you finally found the misplaced items.
Recently, a precious, close friend of ours, Pastor Malc Burton, sent me the following text.
“Good morning, Pastor. Read Psalm 62:5 when you get a moment. God stirred me this morning about misplaced expectation and misplaced trust. Love you.”
Pastor Malc is full of revelatory insight. He has ghost written over 100 books for many well-known Christian leaders. . .names you would immediately recognize.
As I read Pastor Malc’s text I was stirred as well. Even before reading his scripture. . .I felt impressed to write seven things never to misplace.
1. Misplaced expectation.
Psalm 62:5 in the Amplified Bible says it this way: