Have you looked back at a time in your life and were wonderfully surprised by what you unearthed?
Browsing through past lessons can be as exhilirating as gazing at a long lost family album. Where you discover treasures from a time long gone. And reading old blog posts can have a similiar effect. So I had to share some of what I had written at a time when I was struggling to meet the one.
Are you in a season of waiting?
Where you have searched and need some help to adjust your perspective to what God might be directing you to avoid. We all have encountered these seasons, where we need to be patient as God works in our hearts through the wait.
Reading these guest posts reminded me of the important lessons we learn, when we actively choose to wait on God. Because in it we become strong and resilient to tackle the challenges that life sets before us. Even though I am in a different season of life, I found them affirmative and couldn’t not share them. Each post centres on waiting as the key theme. Additionally every one of these 5 exceptional blogs present stimulating thoughts that are not only interesting but uplifting too.
At times, waiting requires us to change our attitude. How we feel when we really don’t have anything to be grateful about, or happy for. Getting frustrated because God never works at the speed we expect Him to is futile. But, when we turn our priorities to trust God as we wait, we will see a marked change. In our heart condition and our faith action. Because behind the scenes God never stops working in our waiting.
What do you do when you waiting on God?
Be patient and hope expectantly. Fretting will only lead to delays. If you view this as an opportunity to grow strong. Even though it may seem difficult. Leading you to doubt that nothing is possible. Courage is growing within you as you focus on God’s promises. Knowing that there is little risk in placing your ultimate trust in God’s plan for your life. Keep going as you thankfully pray without giving up.
Share your thoughts…
How do you wait on God for your breakthrough? Do you do this with eagerness and expectancy? I would love to hear from you…