HH, Sir Godfrey Gregg D.Div
“ Rest in the Lord, and wait patiently for him: fret not thyself because of him who prospereth in his way, because of the man who bringeth wicked devices to pass.” (Psalm 37:7).
Have you prayed and prayed and waited and waited, and still there is no manifestation?
Are you tired of seeing nothing move? Are you just at the point of giving it all up? Perhaps you have not waited in the right way? This would take you out of the right place the place where He can meet you. A place where you can learn patience until He shows up like in the days of old.
“But if we hope for that we see not, then do we with patience wait for it.” (Romans 8:25).
Patience takes away worry. He said He would come, and His promise is equal to His presence.
Patience takes away your weeping. Why feel sad and despondent? He knows your need better than you do, and His purpose in waiting is to bring more glory out of it all.
Patience takes away self-works. The work He desires is that you “believe” (John 6:29), and when you believe, you may then know that all is well.
Patience takes away all want. Your desire for the thing you wish is perhaps stronger than your desire for the will of God to be fulfilled in its arrival.
Patience takes away all weakening. Instead of having the delaying time, a time of letting go, know that God is getting a larger supply ready and must get you ready too.
Patience takes away all wobbling. “Make me stand upon my standing” (Daniel 8:18). God’s foundations are steady; and when His patience is within, we are steady while we wait.
Patience gives worship. Praiseful patience sometimes “long-suffering with joyfulness” (Colossians 1:11) is the best part of it all. “Let (all these phases of) patience have her perfect work” (James 1:4), while you wait, and you will find great enrichment.
I know you wanted to hear this word today and you’ve been waiting to hear it in the simplest form. Today God has spoken and may we step into that place where we can learn to wait on the Lord and again I say wait on the Lord.