30 Days of Waiting and Patience: Day 9

Monday, September 09, 2013

"Whoever is patient has great understanding, but one who is quick-tempered displays folly."
(Proverbs 14:29, NIV)

Question Reflection:

What is making it hard for me to wait on God in this situation?


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  1. Because we want things done instantly, in our time, which never works out for the good it will always fail because its not done in God's time. We must must realize that all things done in God's time works out for our good. After all He is the creator of TIME. We must Be anxious for nothing and in all things Pray and Have Faith that God will come through. He always do!!! (But my God shall supply all your need according to His riches in glory by Christ Jesus Philippians 4:19). Praise Him!!!

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    1. Lorraine, you speak the truth! It's usually "our way or the highway," but we need to trust God every step of the way! It's His ways that will prevail, not ours!

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  2. Our time is not God's time, for God's time is perfect. Learning to wait requires patience. When you have patience you learn to humble yourself. If we are quick tempered we will make decisions that we may regret.

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    1. Amen Debra! We sometimes forget because we live in an instant gratification society. It will take continual practice on our parts to wait humbly on the Lord!

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