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Psalm 37:34 (a) Living Bible
Don’t be impatient for the Lord to act! 
Keep traveling steadily along his pathway and in due season he will honor you with every blessing.

Do you find that you pray for something and get impatient for the Lord to act? It is not uncommon for us as believers to get impatient. I know that I do, especially if it something that I have been praying for a long time. To wait upon the Lord means you are expecting something wonderful to happen with confidence and hope that surely God will answer. But why does it seem like God is silent at times?
Something happens while I wait during these times. I can either become anxious and impatient or allow God to transform me from the inside out. His desire is to change my heart and character to become more like His as I learn to trust Him. (I must admit that I am not fully there yet). It is during those times that I have become more familiar with God's grace, love and power in my life. When I come to that place of surrender to allow God to be in control then I have truly experienced His Peace that passes all understanding inspite of my circumstances. When I try to take control it just brings more anxiety. (Trust me I know). 
I am trying to learn to embrace the process of this journey God has me on and rely on His power in my own life as I wait for my prayers to be answered in better ways I ever dreamed possible. I am choosing to focus my attention on God rather than the challenge that lays before me. 
I want to encourage you my dear reader, with this verse as you too surrender and trust Him as you wait. May the Lord bless you in the journey. 
Wait for the Lord, be strong and take heart and wait for the Lord. (Psalm 27:14)


  1. Thank you for those encouraging words!

  2. I, too, say thank you for these encouraging words. It is so easy to give up instead of persevering.

  3. I really needed this today! Thank you!

  4. Thank you, I really needed this. I just got home after having a mastectomy surgery and am catching up on my mail. It has been a real struggle at times. So I find your words very encouraging today.

  5. This is a topic that's near to my heart... Thank you!
    Where are your contact details though?


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