The Virtue of Patience


Impatience can turn us into our own worst enemies. Traffic rush hour is a good example. Some people can’t sit and wait patiently for things to get moving; they have to push forward and create a bigger disaster. We can be like this with our prayers, too. We expect God to answer immediately; when He doesn’t, we do something that makes our situation worse. We forget God is not a man, that He IS Almighty, All-knowing, and All-powerful, and that His ways are not always our ways. He hears AND answers the prayers of those who love Him, and all we have to do is be still and trust Him.

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Thanks for stopping by. Have a great day! … ronnie

One thought on “The Virtue of Patience

  1. Pingback: The Virtue of Patience — Smile, God Loves You! – QuietMomentsWithGod

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