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Be Patient, The Lord Is Working Big Plans In Your Favor

12 Jul, 2024

Many of us find it difficult to show patience in our daily lives. It demands us to be gentle, take our time, and be calm in the face of challenging circumstances. But developing patience is crucial to both our spiritual development and personal growth.

“But if we hope for what we do not see, we wait for it with patience.”

– Romans 8:25

Paul reminds us that we must wait patiently for our hopes in order to be fulfilled. This passage serves as a gentle reminder that patience and hope go hand in hand. One without the other is not possible. We can wait patiently when we have hope because we know that God is in charge.

We might easily get angry when things don’t happen as quickly as we would like in our fast-paced environment. With ourselves or others, we could lose our patience, which can cause tension and anxiety. However, we may muster the patience to wait when we pause and consider God’s promises.

“Be still before the Lord, and wait patiently for him.”

– Psalm 37:7

This verse serves as a reminder of the value of being patient and waiting on God as we seek His will for our lives. The ability to wait patiently for God’s timing might be difficult in a culture that prioritizes fast gratification and rapid outcomes.

We can strengthen our faith and instill calmness in our lives as we learn to be still before Him and rely on His timing. Waiting patiently on God entails believing that, even when we don’t see the outcomes we want, He still has a purpose and a plan for our lives.

Patience is a Test of Faith

When faced with difficult challenges, it might be simple to feel apprehensive and give up. God, however, instructs us to put our faith in Him and trust that He will see us through. Our faith is put to the test as we learn to be patient in these circumstances.

We must have faith that God is in charge and that He has a purpose for our life, even if we are unable to see it right now. We develop our faith and get closer to God as we patiently wait for God to act.

Patience Builds Character

It might be difficult to develop patience in a culture that prioritizes quick satisfaction. But patience is a virtue that we respect greatly in both our personal and professional lives.

It supports us in maintaining composure in trying circumstances, overcoming obstacles, and forging closer bonds with others. We choose to build our character and become the finest versions of ourselves when we choose to be patient.

Patience Brings Blessings

We give ourselves permission to receive the rewards that God has in store for us when we choose to be patient. When things don’t happen as quickly as we’d like, we may occasionally be tempted to give up or take matters into our own hands.

But when we put our faith in God and wait patiently for His will, we put ourselves in a position to benefit from His best for our life. Romans 8:25 reminds us that if we wait patiently for what we hope for, it will come to pass. By exercising patience, we let God work in our lives and carry out His purposes for us.

Develop Your Character

One of the most significant virtues that can change our lives and our relationship with God is patience. It puts our faith to the test, develops our character, and enriches our lives. Let us be mindful of the virtue of patience as we go through life and make the deliberate decision to wait patiently for God’s timing. Let’s put our trust in Him and realize that, despite the fact that we cannot now see it, He has a purpose for our life. May we experience the joy and peace that come from putting our trust in Him.

Let Us Pray

Dear God, please grant us the patience to wait as Your plans for our lives take shape. Give us the confidence to put our faith in You and know that You are looking out for our best interests. Help us to be patient as we learn to endure challenging circumstances and develop our character. We pray that You would richly bless us as we patiently await Your moment.
We pray in the name of Jesus. Amen.

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