When it comes to waiting on God
you can either wait with your hands on your hips
or you can wait with your hands outstretched in worship
Which do you think is the wise way
to wait on Almighty God?
Rest in His agenda
– Susie Stewart
At the end of the four hundred and thirty years, to that very day, all the hosts of the Lord [gathered into tribal armies] left the land of Egypt.
– Exodus 12:41 (AMP)
I would have despaired had I not believed that I would see the goodness of the Lord
In the land of the living.
Wait for and confidently expect the Lord;
Be strong and let your heart take courage;
Yes, wait for and confidently expect the Lord.
– Psalm 27:13, 14 (AMP)
But as for me, I trust [confidently] in You and Your greatness, O Lord;
I said, “You are my God.”
My times are in Your hands…
– Psalm 31:14, 15 (AMP)
One caution: When we bring our questions to God, we need to wait for His answer. We must not throw our questions at Him and then go to a friend and complain, “I can’t understand what God is doing to me.” Such actions constitute unbelief. So after you bring God your questions, hold your ground, even if you are still in the dark about why you are waiting or about how long you will wait.
– Linda Dillow
Photo by Susie Stewart
One thought on “The Wait”
I wait in am attitude of prayer, but continuing to go about my every day life. It could be a long wait, so I need to keep about my Father’s (and my) business.