Scripture Sunday: When All Seems Lost November 3, 2012 By Sandra Heska King Share this:EmailPrintFacebookTwitterPinterest
Waiting. I’m not good at that. Not that I don’t get lots of opportunities to practice…which is probably the point. 🙂
Yep. We’re twins.
I had to take in a deep breath reading this…I hope for you. and pray.
I stalled on the “whole being” here, especially since being draws me more than doing these days.
Like Deidra, I am not so good at this either. Thank you for the thought. It reminds me I NEED to work on this.
Okay…we’re triplets here…Maybe as we better learn to be, we can better learn to wait.
Of all the images I’ve seen this morning this one made me stop and really stare…to contemplate the beauty in waiting.
There is beauty in that, isn’t there. Especially if we take time to stop–and stare.
Stefanie Brown (@stefanieybrown) says
Waiting and hope… Please, Lord, refine both in me!
In me, too!
Elizabeth, wynnegraceappears says
Huddled in community makes the waiting bearable as we lean hard into Him who holds us upright.
Oh to wait in perfect peace and tranquility. What a day what a day that would be.
So good to lean on Him and each other!
Waiting is actually not a passive experience but rather an active participation in resting in His Word and being attentive to His speaking. He promises to bring us into His presence with the added blessing of peace and contentment.
Yes! Waiting is active–not just hanging around.
Sweet and beautiful as usual! Truly caught up in the place of waiting but it’s not so hard when you have people to wait with you!
Amen to that!
Laurie @ Pride in Photos says
Also waiting…SO hard but a necessity in life!! I talk about not worrying in my post today.
Waiting without worrying…