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It’s amazing how a person can be struggling for years with different issues, then in the a blink of an eye the struggle is taken away. This is what I encountered yesterday. I am far from an emotional person, however today while sitting in an amazing worship experience, I cried, cried, and cried some more. But the tears were not tears of sadness or hurt. No instead, they were tears of release. They were tears of restoration. They were tears that washed away the stressing of a soul. Ironically, one of the best moments of my life.
I could tell you in explicit details my life story, but who would really wants to hear that? But I will say this, we all get tired, we all get wore down, however, we should never lose heart or give up. The old adage, “Good things come to those who wait” is very much true. Still, it doesn’t tell the whole story. Many take the word, “Wait” to mean being idle. That is a huge misnomer!
“Wait” in this context means to remain productive. It means to be persistent in your preparation. It means to that we continue to progress despite what oppositions come our way. God’s Word is full of amazing promises. However, God’s Word never asked us to be idle. Think about it like this, every person that God used in the Bible was already hard at work doing something productive. In fact anything or person that was found to be unproductive were either cursed and or punished.
Thing may not be going the way you want them to, and that is alright. Whether you have to run, walk, crawl, scoot, or have friends drag you don’t stop. Remain productive. Remain diligent. Continue you progression, because in due season you will reap everything that you have sowed for and more.
You can’t have the breaking without the through! Never stop!
Love you, be blessed! – AWS 02.22.16