waiting on God


Often we look for God’s direction in a matter – a career choice, a business decision, or maybe a relationship issue. We are willing to act. We’ll do whatever He says. We just need to know what it is. We don’t hear from Him, and then we grow impatient. And just when it seems that God has left us in a state of perpetual ambiguity, He acts. We were to wait and watch because, like the disciples, we were yet unequipped.

Oh, hey. Spot on.


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