“Oh, how long!” It is so easy to groan under the strain of waiting. We cry out. We complain. Why must we wait so long for God to answer our prayers and needs?
Waiting is not something that comes easily or naturally. Often, we must wrestle for so long before we learn it. But, like all good things, it is worth the effort. Waiting for God to move can become a pleasure as we discover how dependable He is. The longer we walk with Him, the more blessings we will witness. The more experiences we accumulate in our history with Him, the more we realize we can count on Him.
Those who learn the art of waiting on God can enjoy frequent surprises. Our blessings mount up. They make us anxious as the day approaches when we will get our ultimate prize. We who wait on the Lord will soon see His glorious face. We will enter His embrace and be with Him always!
Guide me in your truth, and teach me, for you are the God of my salvation. I wait for you all day long. Psalm 25:5 (WEB)
3 thoughts on “Wait”
Hey Scott, do you write all these yourself every day? Can you work ahead . Wow! How many years now?
Yes, Dad, this is my mission. I get up early every day just like you did. I seek the Lord. What I write is what here in these posts is what I cannot express to anyone else in any other way. It is my way of repaying the Savior for not forsaking me or spitting me out. I love Him so much. The hours I dedicate to talking of Him are nothing compared to what He has sacrificed for us.
I started this blog in 2014. I learn more about writing and happily, more about the Lord each day. I do schedule the posts. But don´t often get too far ahead. I am currently working on a book on the ways to experience God´s presence in our daily lives.