"WAIT." One of the most excruciating things we can be told when we are asking for answers. When we want decisions to go in our favor. The hanging 'wait' leaves us in limbo. Not an emphatic 'no' or an ecstatic 'yes', where all of my wildest dreams come true. Recently, one of my sons was persistently asking me to purchase something for him from Amazon.com. Because I really didn't want to buy it (i'm a tight wad at times), I kept giving him 'wait' answers. "Wait till tomorrow, wait till we get home, wait till
The verse in the image above, Psalm 27:14 -"Wait for the Lord, be strong and let your heart take courage; wait for the Lord." Has spoken volumes to me over the last several months. It is no coincidence that I chose to place the words of this verse in front of a desert landscape. Just as a nine year old boy doesn't like being told to wait, neither does a 40 year old 'kidult' (a term my sons have given me). Wait. I am going to spend some time here expounding on this idea if you want to come back and check it out:: 1. Why does God tell us to wait? 2. How long am I supposed to wait? and 3. I just want an answer.