A while back I read this it’s been bouncing my spirit around:
Living in the will of God is more about knowing and trusting his specific promises than receiving direction (Hebrews 11:8). It’s more about resting in his sovereignty than wrestling with my ambiguity (Psalm 131:1) I’ve leanred and continue to learn that embracing God’s will for me largely consist in transferring my confidence from my own miniscule capacity to understand what’s going on and why to God’s omniscient and completely wise understanding (Proverbs 3:5) – Jan Bloom
I don’t know what He’s up to, but just like I told my 5 year old a few weeks ago while baking brownies – it needs a bit more time to bake. Two words come to mind….patience and courage.
Our job is not to rush or impede God’s timing, but to patiently walk through what He allows each day.
May we do so with courage – eyes and hearts open – for whatever is to come.