Where Eagles Dare!

Isaiah 40:31 says, But they that wait upon the LORD shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run, and not be weary; and they shall walk, and not faint.

The word wait in this text means to look for, hope, and expect.  Those that Look for the Lord, those that Hope in the Lord, and those that Expect the Lord to come to them, shall renew their strength!!!

Not only that but you will mount up with wings as eagles and you will fly to heights that only eagles dare!  High above the clouds, high above the storms, high above all circumstances.

When we Look, Hope, and Expect then we have this promise –  He gives power to the faint; and to them that have no might he increases strength. Isaiah 40:29

You will get closer to God, you will run and not be weary, you will walk and not faint.  God Bless!!


About Rev. Salvatore Mancini

Hello everyone and welcome to my blog. My name is Rev. Salvatore Mancini and I have over thirty years of ministerial service in preaching, teaching, evangelism, Biblical administration, church government. I also hold a degree in Christian Education. I have ministered in worldwide missions here in the USA, Peru, Spain, Italy, Canada, D.R. Congo, and Zambia. I am also associate pastor and vice-president of the Full Gospel Interdenominational Church in Manchester, Connecticut. As co-author of numerous Bible foundation studies, my greatest desire is to minister God’s Word to empower Christians to unleash their God-given talents in order to reach souls for God’s Kingdom. I have a heart for people, and through the Holy Spirit-anointed ministry, combined with my biblical knowledge, personal life experiences, and sense of humor, I hope to inspire and stir you to do your best for God! I, my wife, and two children reside in Connecticut.
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