We can sometimes have an expectation of how the Lord will respond to us. We limit our thinking of how we believe the Lord wants to treat us. The story of the Centurion’s servant (Luke 7:1-3) shows us that the Lord wants us to have “interrupting faith” that allows Him to break our boxes and enjoy His favour.
What is “interrupting faith”? It exists in a humble heart that is expectant but not entitled. It is the kind of faith that releases power anytime, anywhere, and knows that God always has a better way. Finally, interrupting faith can create unprecedented possibilities. With Jesus, anything is possible – miracles can happen and demons can be cast out by the power of the Spirit.
As a response to his message, Euan felt in particular to call any young people who struggle with sexual impurity and who want freedom in this area to come to the front for ministry and prayer.