THE SEASON OF WAITING

HH Sir Godfrey Gregg D.Div

“And when forty years were expired, there appeared to him in the wilderness…an angel of the Lord…saying….now come, I will send thee into Egypt” (Acts 7:30-34).

Often the Lord calls us aside from our work for a season and bids us be still and learn before we go forth again to minister. There is no time lost in such waiting hours.

Fleeing from his enemies, the ancient knight found that his horse needed to be re-shod. Prudence seemed to urge him on without delay, but higher wisdom taught him to halt a few minutes at the blacksmith’s forge, by the way, to have the shoe replaced; and although he heard the feet of his pursuers galloping hard behind, yet he waited those minutes until his charger was refitted for his flight. And then, leaping into his saddle just as they appeared a hundred yards away, he dashed away from them with the fleetness of the wind and knew that his halting had hastened his escape.

So often God bids us tarry here we go, and fully recover ourselves for the next stage of the journey and work.

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There are those that are in a rush to be at the top of the lather and many times they miss the steps because they do not know nor learn how to wait.

You have to learn to wait on the Lord with patience for that anointing to flow and take you to the level of preparation for the next limb of the journey. Hallelujah

So while God is constructing the bridge for you to pass over from this earthly to the heavenly, He is asking you to wait on him. Since you do not know the plan of God for your destiny I am urging you to wait on Him until He is ready for the crossing over. Watch with me for the next hour and see what message will come your way. Hallelujah

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