To wait on God is to struggle and sometimes to fail.
But that is ok, it is only short-lived, like a dog chasing it’s tail.
Sometimes the failures teach us more than the successes.
Fundamentally, it can teach us to refrain from being asses.
For failures teach us that to wait on God is not only to wait for his mercy,
But more importantly, to wait by his mercy …
For his mercy is his grace,
For his mercy allows us to see.
To see not only with our eyes, but with our heart, body and soul.
For it is through conscious heightened awareness that we become more whole.
The glory hidden in our families is the discovery that the very thing
We wait for is what we wait by!
For the Bible speaks no lie.
We cannot and should not push ourselves through to pass others by.
Learning to sit still to embrace our waiting with utmost certainty for God’s sign
Does not mean that we are less than aligned.
The success of our waiting lies not in who we are,
The success in our waiting lies in who God is.
We should not define our existence from the reference point of ‘me’
We should define our existence from the position of a good friend.
A good friend in God, who will never let you down.
It is not our strength that will pull us through to the end.
Our strength will get us half way there.
But it is our faith that will allow God to meet us when it seems that everything is beyond repair, near impossible.
Have no doubt that it is God’s amazing grace and mercy that will guide and pull us through…
To the end.
Don’t push your way through life, allow God to pull you with all his Grace and un-ending patience.
In this world and the next.
God bless YOU.
Cheers and ahoy!
The old Cap’n Viking Pirate … & using power or force in life
What do you think? Do you listen to your heart?