I have this picture on my wall
that my sister gave me some
I have looked at it so many times and loved it
for it's beauty.
This morning, I looked at it differently!
I saw a woman waiting. Looking out the
window, waiting there looking at something
or waiting on someone. She was patiently
waiting. I wondered if she was watching
her children play, or maybe her husband
working in the yard, or maybe just admiring
God's beauty, in her garden. Maybe there was
something heavy on her heart that she was seeking
an answer for.
Have you ever prayed about something
and wondered, 'why hasn't my prayer been
Maybe our Father is trying to teach us to
be patient and wait on his timing.
Psalm 37:7 tells us to "Be still before the
Lord and wait patiently for him".
Have you ever felt so tired
or "burned out" as some may say,
that you think you can't keep going?
I'm sure we all have at times.
We can grow tired of waiting.
Our mind and our bodies can
get tired from manual labor and
Isaiah 40: 28 says
"the Lord does not become weary or tired".
Verse 29, tells us that "He gives strength
to the weary"
As we wait on the Lord and trust in Him
for our needs, let's wait patiently on Him.
As women and believers, we sometimes
feel like we are called on to do so much,
for our family and others, that we can
become weary and tired from our load of
responsibilities. Let's trust our heavenly Father
for strength and courage to handle our daily chores.
As the lady in the photo waits patiently and
watches over her home and families needs,
let us do the same, as unto the Lord God.
He will give us strength and rest for our
walk with Him.
Isaiah 40: 31
" those that wait for the Lord will gain new
strength,they will mount up with wings like
eagles, they will run and not get tired,
they will walk and not become weary."
Dear Lord, when we become tired, remind us
of your inexhaustible stength. Help us to to be
patient and wait on you and your timing,in all
Have a Blessed Sunday!