Has God ever come through for you?
Has there ever been a situation in your life when you needed Him to do something that only He could do—so you prayed and God did exactly what you asked him for?
If so, then you know from this past experience that He cares for you and hears your prayers.
It was a faith-building experience. Through it, you gained just a little more faith that God is good and does only good things.
Now you have that much more faith to carry you through the rough times. If God came through for you once, then He’ll do it again.
The thing you have to keep in mind is that the next time God shows up, it may not be in exactly the way you think He should.
God has a particular way of doing things. It’s His way, and that may or may not line up with what you have pictured.
You probably have an answer all laid out in your mind about your situation. You know how it should work out. Or, at least you think you do.
God may have a whole different idea about it, and you have to be flexible and patient.
When it comes to waiting on God and His timing, patience is important. He usually doesn’t work in the same timeframe we do.
We want an answer yesterday when we’re faced with a problem. God’s timing may not give you an answer for quite some time.
And when He does answer, it may look totally different from what you expect.
But one thing is for certain—it will work out for the best. We’re assured of that in Romans 8:28.
We know that all things work together for the good of those who love God, who are called according to his purpose.
We just have to wait on God to do His thing. And we must remain prayerful during this time, because we don’t want to miss anything He may be telling us about His plan.
If there’s something we need to do, He’ll let us know. That’s why we need to stay connected to Him in the meantime. We have to keep the lines of communication open so we can hear Him.
He wants to come through for us—never forget that. But we need to wait patiently in faith for Him and His timing.
Without faith it is impossible to please God.Hebrews 11:6
Faith and patience are the keys.
He WILL come through, because He said He would in the verse from Romans.
Just don’t get ahead of God and try to work things out on your own. Doing this can often make a tough situation even worse.
Wait on God and you’ll eventually see what He has in store for you.
You’ll be glad you did.