There are times of waiting on God in every Christian's life – waiting that can sorely try the soul. A battle ensues between your desire for God's best and your natural impatience. The urge arises from within to cry out, "Now, God, now!"The circumstances may overwhelm you. You may think you need to see the solution to your problems now...the answers to your questions now...the manifestation of your prayer requests now.
There is a time when God allows the immediate...when He moves quickly on your behalf in miraculous ways. But, there is also that season of waiting – that time when the heavens seem as brass, and your prayers seem unanswered. That's the season when the comfort of God must be to Wait on the Lord, and keep his way, and he shall exalt thee to inherit the land (Psalm 37:34a).
When you earnestly seek God's will over your own, a season of waiting can be transformed into an experience of exaltation. You can be lifted above your situation to a place of peace free of anxiety and impatience where you glimpse God's everlasting faithfulness. He has not forgotten you. He is there right by your side.
Only then will you realize that your Heavenly Father sees what's ahead. He knows the successful end results of His careful planning on your behalf. Best of all, you will find that you are not really "waiting" at all – you are instead, anticipating!
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