“I wait for the Lord, my soul waits, and in His word I put my hope. My soul waits for the Lord…”
So many times my inner thoughts shout back, “Lord, why so much waiting–what have you got against “now”?’
My impatience is conclusive evidence of how much unbelief still lives within. Impatience has become a siren that lets me know that I am resisting and rejecting the truth.
In waiting, I have noticed that my faith mushrooms from childish, spoiled ranting to a settled, secure confidence that no matter how long it takes my God is worth waiting for!
That movement of the soul is from wanting something to wanting the all-satisfying someone! Waiting whets my appetite for God and what I hunger for is to know Him better. When that happens Warren Wiersbe says, then living becomes not a mirror in which I see myself better but a window through which I see the Almighty!