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Ready….. Get Set……WAIT!

The waiting game! For many of us, life seems to have given us a first class seat in this section of time called “waiting”. We seem to always think that we are ready to advance to our next place. We seem to think that we are focused and in the correct lane….we are disciplined and in the correct position ….yet we still haven’t heard the correct sound that signals us to move forward……so we WAIT.

The word “wait” is a word that’s familiar to everyone – across the board. From the youngest infant to the oldest adult: the rich, the wealthy, the poor, the educated and unlearned – everyone has had their dealings and experiences with this thing called waiting.

Although we don’t always view it as so, when we are waiting, we are actually saying, “I haven’t given up….. I’m still anticipating that something is going to happen”.

So as we wait in the physical realm; in the realm of the spirit our mindset must remain focused. Consider the following for the word WAIT.
W - Watchful. Maintain your attentiveness; stay on the lookout. Don’t fall asleep! (I Peter 5:8)
A - Active. Mark time if you must – but do something! Don’t permit your spirit to become lazy.
(Proverbs 6:6)
I - Ideological. Never allow your creative abilities to cease. There are still new inventions to
be discovered! Just because you are waiting in one area doesn’t mean that you
can’t progress in other areas. (I Corinthians 2:9)
T – Truthful. Uphold your level of integrity in word and in deed. Don’t begin to lower your
standards nor your expectations. (II Corinthians 8:21)

While waiting, we should be working. We should be taking advantage of enjoying where we are as we anticipate our future. Therefore, in my waiting, I am yet progressing. I’m waiting in one arena; yet prospering in another. I WILL delight myself in my “now”; as I continue to embrace an expectation and the manifestation of my “Prophetic Goshen”.

So, against popular belief… the waiting game does have its positive aspects. However, it’s our decisions and our anticipations (or the lack of them!) that permit us to make lemonade from the lemons, rather than drink its juice and complain about its tartness!

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Comment by Irene D Jones on September 13, 2018 at 10:40am


Comment by Queen Chief Apostle T(M. W.) on September 12, 2018 at 11:38pm

Thank you Lord for this night Manna, bless you, Bishop Claudia, for this on the spotted word. we going to make the lemonade instead of drinking and talking about the bitterness afterward. 

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