We should all be expecting God to come into our circumstances, but we shouldn’t be expecting Him to come in a particular way.
He’s in a burning bush; He’s in a dream; He makes a donkey talk; He allows a person’s possessions and family to be swept away; He’s in a whisper; He’s in a jar of oil.
In the New Testament, I think, Jesus must take great delight in interacting with each person, each request, each question in a unique way.
My Utmost for His Highest says it this way:
“We plan and figure and predict that this or that will happen, but we forget to make room for God to come in as He chooses.”
Live expecting God to show up, live to receive and hear God, but be listening and watching for truths that you never expected, to be revealed in ways you couldn’t have imagined.