I wonder how much I expect God to move because of my dysfunction, instead of by faith. It’s the simple faith of a child that, when hungry, goes into his father’s fridge and gets what he needs or wants. 
Desperation is aware lack and hunger pulls on the resources of heaven. 
So how does this look in everyday life?
I’m led to Christ on the Cross, “Everything changed when Jesus said, ‘It-is-finished’.”  These are the words I have been using to fight for my own heart, my family, and my experience of God. “It is finished,” and “Everything changed”—write those words down! Remember them!
The fruit of believing what Christ accomplished on the Cross is complete satisfaction.  What Jesus finished on the cross is so important to bringing the resources of heaven into our daily lives. This doesn’t require our performance, just our belief.
Dwelling on Paul’s words also help me connect with God daily through this truth, “Consider yourselves dead to sin and your relation to it broken, but alive to God [living in unbroken fellowship with Him] in Christ Jesus.”
Our new anthem can arise out of King David’s psalm, “Because I am righteous, I will see you. When I awake, I will see you face to face and be satisfied.”
Let’s put away inferior desperation and take back the treasure of satisfaction in Christ.
 I was at a worship conference in Boulder, Colorado, when I heard Eric Johnson say this. Eric Johnson is Bill Johnson’s son out of Bethel Church in Redding, CA. http://www.ibethel.org/site/
 Eric also stated, “Desperation is aware of lack, and hunger is aware of abundance.”
 The father replied, “My son, you are always with me, and all I have is yours.” (Luke 15:31 The Voice New Testament), The Belief Project is a great tool to access this daily.
 Jesus even says, “O the bliss of those who hunger and thirst for all that sets them right with God, for they shall be satisfied to the full.” (Matthew 5:6 William Barclay New Testament)
 Eric made the statement, quoting Jesus, “When Jesus had received the wine, he said, “It is finished.” Then he bowed his head and gave up His spirit.” (John 19:30 New Revised Standard Version)
 Romans 4 through 8 is a great drinking source for this truth.
 Romans 6:11 Amplified Bible, read all of Romans 6 to really get a taste of Christ’s finished work.
 Psalm 17:15 New Living Translation, King David also said, “Satisfy the hunger of your treasured ones.”
 Read 2 Corinthians 3 in the Message Bible, it’s a beautiful picture of our transition from the Old Covenant way of interacting with God to the freedom of the New Covenant where we interact with God through Jesus Christ. View chapter online.