“Wait for the gift my Father promised.” Acts 1:4. Times of surrender let me know the condition of my heart. This realization usually revolves around something I am hoping God will answer with a resounding yes…then I wait for an answer. Is there a dream, vision, or great desire that you are praying about? Whether
The fact that prayer coming to fruition takes time is the reality of “seed, time, and harvest.”
In I Samuel 9, Saul’s father sends him out in search of lost donkeys. After spending great amounts of time walking to different cities, I can just imagine what Saul must have thought; “Enough! Why am I spending valuable time looking for some animals that may never be found?” Saul is ready to abort this
He is holding your tears and prayers in consecration.
You have built a stronghold by the songs of babies.
That time where it feels like everything is changing.
I had to trust God, trust that He would take care of our sweet girl.
It is a trap to think that “if I just don’t choose a side, or hide what is true, then I can live in peace.”
I just want to see you as God sees you, and truly hear what you are saying.
Children are so precious, and I cannot fully understand how they process the world in which they find themselves.