What are you doing while you wait?

“So, as I wait for the desires of my heart, I must trust God, take my problems to Him not my friends or family, rid myself of false humility, show compassion, learn obedience and submissiveness, focus on “Christ not the circumstances, and thank God for everything—the storms, the rain, the suffering, the pain, the joy and the laughter.”
A wonderful thought thank you for sharing.
I pray that I can continue to wait on God and trust Him day by day, it is only Him that can bring help.



Patience and waiting have been a running theme at angchronicles. And as God would have it, a few scriptures and ideas have crossed my path creating a new school of thought regarding waiting. Moreover what are we doing while we wait? I’d never thought about this, until reading a bible study by Charles Stanley. He questions our actions in the waiting period—that place where what you expect doesn’t happen, every step forward is two steps backwards, when a window looks open it’s nailed shut, a promise is shattered, dreams crumble, things simply fall apart. And no matter how hard you try nothing absolutely nothing moves.


Ever been there? Yeah, me too.


Well, while in this place of waiting what are we doing? Can you see what God is doing? For me, in hindsight after moaning and groaning and my infantile behavior—me, me, me, why me—I realize God is…

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One response to “What are you doing while you wait?

  1. Agreed. God is our ever present help indeed. The key is “day by day.”


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