What happens when we do not wait on God?

What happens when we do not wait on God?

The moral of the story is, when you don’t wait on the Lord, you end up with consequences that hurt or nag you in the end. The Lord knows what’s best for us and that’s why he wants us to wait for his appointed time to make things happen.

When God’s timing is taking too long?

~When God’s Timing Is Taking Too Long~ “Patience is a fruit of the Spirit.” (Galatians 5:22) We all want good things to happen in our lives, but too often we want it now…not later.

How should we hope for God’s return?

7 Ways to Prepare for Jesus’ Return (Session 11 – Mark 13:24-37)

  • Live in the light of His first coming.
  • Be discerning.
  • Accept the uncertainties.
  • Don’t lose hope.
  • Encourage one another.
  • Live as if today was the day.
  • Keep on doing the work Jesus left us to do.
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How long O Lord must we keep waiting?

How long, O Lord, must we keep waiting? How long must we keep on this way, Hoping for something we don’t understand, Hoping that You have not forgotten us?

What the Bible says about waiting on the Lord?

Psalm 27:14 – “Wait for the Lord; be strong and take heart and wait for the Lord.” 3. 2 Peter 3:9 – “The Lord is not slow in keeping his promise, as some understand slowness. Instead he is patient with you, not wanting anyone to perish, but everyone to come to repentance.”

What does the Bible say about waiting on God’s timing?

God’s perfect timing does two things: It grows our faith as we are forced to wait and trust in God and it makes certain that He, and He alone, gets the glory and praise for pulling us through. “My times are in Your hands …” Psalm 31:15.

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How do you wait for the coming of the Lord?

9 Ways We Are To Wait Upon the Lord

  1. Acknowledging God’s sovereign control of all things.
  2. Coming to terms with our dependence upon God.
  3. Seeking spiritual strength from the Lord.
  4. Being patient and quiet.
  5. Refraining from needless fear and worry.
  6. Continuing to learn and obey God’s commands.
  7. Expecting the Lord to save.

What do you do when you’re waiting?

Here is a list of productive things you can do to use—and enjoy—these waiting times:

  1. Relax. If you are having a busy day, this may be a good choice.
  2. Call back.
  3. Review your planning.
  4. Be creative.
  5. Learn something.
  6. Meditate on an issue or a project you have.
  7. Daydream.
  8. Socialize.