Waiting On God

We wait on God to understand God’s intentions fully before we speak, to understand the eternal perspective that He is bringing. The enemy is trying to rush things, to get us ahead of God. In waiting on God, going deeper into His heart, is our victory.

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Peggy:

We wait on God to understand God’s intentions fully before we speak, to understand the eternal perspective that He is bringing.

Steven:

It is waiting to hear God’s thing, versus something we may want to hear. The enemy tries to put out that word ahead of time.

Judy:

The enemy tries to get us out ahead of God, rush us. We are worshipping the Lord for who He is. This is the best warfare you can do. In Psalms 57, 58, 59, David is talking about the enemy being so strong, while God has not yet spoken. Those in inequity always try to rush things. As we are we are pressing to finish these things in our state, we need to really wait on God, so we know that God’s flame is going out ahead of us.

Peggy

God is not in a hurry. God does something supernatural in the midst of your waiting, a firm transformation within you. It doesn’t have to take a long time, it depends on our yieldedness. If we act and speak in haste, it harms ourselves.

Judy

In the waiting, you are required to go deeper into the Lord’s heart. Into a greater place of trust in Him. David just leaned on the mercy and truth of God. In the knowing Him deeper is that which sets you free.

It is in knowing Him deeper that you are set free. It isn’t in the battle that comes. It’s like our worship and praise. You get the victory in worship first, then God takes you into the battle.

Now God is taking us into His very nature. We have a deeper place of victory, that’s why we can sustain the victory. As others come in, the work that has been done will be sustained. They will not take us out of balance because we have that greater “kabod” [glory] in God. [14:30]

Kai

In worship, distractions disappear as my attention is just on the Lord, not on the distractions.

Peggy

The key thing is the focus of our eyes, looking toward God. Apostle Greg said: “Eternal perspective reduces disappointment and allows confidence in the journey.” We truly are God’s great expectation on the earth, of heaven coming to earth.

 

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