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  1. Carole Lynn on June 1, 2012 at 8:14 am

    I think my willingness to be patient also hinges on whether I believe what I’m waiting on will actually occur. If I know it’s coming, I can rest in the wait or even work in the wait depending on what my part should be. I can also wait more patiently if I know and trust whoever is bringing my hope and desire to fruition. Faith in God and trust in His goodness and His promises gives me patience in the little things and the long haul. When I forget how He’s at work, which I do too often, I become discouraged or might try to develop my own plan.Thank you for reminding us regularly of God’s goodness and trustworthiness, that He won’t let us go.

  2. Ann on May 30, 2012 at 10:38 am

    My patience is shorter than I wish it to be…. my years of growth have been
    fruitful in developing patience in my life….not that I have achieved such, but that I am still growing and I praise Him for leading me in this thing called patience.

  3. David on May 30, 2012 at 8:41 am

    It’s one thing to quote Psalm 90 v4 (For a thousand years in thy sight are but as yesterday when it is past, and as a watch in the night) … it’s easy to quote because 1000 years is beyond us.

    But as a recent preacher we had pointed out, there is a very clear and carefully recorded gap of 13 years between the last verse of Genesis 16 (when Abram was 86) to the first verse of Genesis 17 (when he is 99). No record of how God was dealing with him, or whether or not God even spoke to him. Nothing.

    That is patient faith.

    • jeff on June 1, 2012 at 8:46 am

      Excellent material, my friend. I’ll be asking you to join a small number of friends to write some guest blog posts for me while I’m on vacation in June. Consider yourself forewarned!