Do you hate to wait for things that are meant for you? I was listening to a lady’s story the other day while waiting for my medical cleaning supplies. She was telling me how she had been waiting for three years for a new wheelchair from the VA. She had served our country and was injured in the mean time and most of the time she could not stand for an extended time due to her blown out knee cap. She was finally getting a new chair and was very excited for the mobility it will give her. I am thankful for all the military personnel to have served our country. When God tells us to wait we need not rush into anything because His timing is perfect.
In Lamentations 3:25 it tells us that “The Lord is good to those who wait for him, to the soul who seeks him.” As you follow His steps he will guide you to the right path to take. In Romans 8:18 it also tells us “For I consider that the sufferings of this present time are not worth comparing with the glory that is to be revealed to us.” If we are suffering and waiting for His timing it will be much sweeter when it is revealed to us. That is very comforting to know if anyone out there hurting and wanting to know His will, ask and wait for Him. I also love Habakkuk 2:3 telling us “For still, the vision awaits its appointed time; it hastens to the end—it will not lie. If it seems slow, wait for it; it will surely come; it will not delay.” His timing is slower than ours and we need to wait for his command to go. Think about Moses when he was in the desert for many years and God sent him in circles with the people of Israel. God is the perfect master of our life.
As you go through today and tomorrow do not forget to stay focus on Him. I know how easy it is to go in another direction than what he wants to go. Just know if you go off track He will always find a way to get you to go where He wants you to go. Below are two past posts that I feel will help you on your journey.
I will keep praying for you and if there is anything special I can lift up I would love to pray for you. Have a blessed weekend.
Carlton Lucas Moss