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Amen. The wait is worth it. We should not rush making decisions. Nor worry about the most high blessing us and or remembering us. He knows what we need and want. He has us on his mind. It is important to have more of the heavenly father on our mind rather than what we want and need.
“I wait for the LORD, my whole being waits, and in His word I put my hope.” // Psalm 130:5
Hey guys! Welcome back to the blog. If you’ve been here before, you’ll know that this isn’t the first blog that I’ve written on the topic of waiting, (and it probably won’t be the last, tbh). The topic of waiting is something that I am so passionate about. It’s something that is incredibly difficult, but is something that is complelty rewarding if we wait the right way.
We’re all waiting on something in life. A job to come through, a dream yet to be fulfilled, a spouse we haven’t met yet. And in the waiting, it can seem like the thing we’re waiting on will never happen. Worse than that, it can seem like God has complete forgotten about us, and it tempts us to despair and ruffles our trust…
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