Hey everyone and welcome back to another blog post. Today’s post is one of those post that I have been thinking about lately and trying to use in my daily life, but sometimes I just don’t have the time. However I find that when I do, my day goes a little better. Waking up with God is just so beautiful and it really just brings peace to your mind, heart and your day. I love this verse because it just talks about how God hears our voices in the morning as we lay our request before him…the hard part is waiting to hear what he has to say back. I know for me, I’ve just been wanting an answer about my in laws and if I should try and get them to be a part of their grandson’s life, but it seems that God is just taking forever to answer that request for me. Do you find it hard to wait? If you said yes, you are not alone. I know I do. I find it very hard to be completely be reliant on God and trust that he knows what is best for me. It’s a daily struggle. I just want things to come easily and I want to know everything, but that is not God’s MO. He wants us to come to him, bring our request and then wait til he gives us the answer. It can be so hard to understand and hard to accept that for God we just have to learn to wait. However when we wait on him we know in scripture that it says: in The is good to those whose hope is in him,it is good to wait quietly
– Do you wake up to God every morning? Do you have a devotional, prayer or quiet time with him in the morning? When have you had to wait for God to answer one of your request? Was it hard? Did he answer it the way you wanted him to, or did you get a complete different answer? What lesson was God trying to teach you by making you wait for his answer? These are a lot of questions I know, but if you don’t want to answer, you can just meditate on them, or pick one that you really want to answer and answer it. Please share in the comments below
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