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Trusting God

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What do you do during the "waiting" period? The waiting period is when God promises you something and it seems as though nothing is happening. You're grinding day in and day out. You're focused like never before. You're staying around all the positive things, people, and places. Yet it seems you're just going through the motions and no movement is happening.

I'm here to tell you today, not to despair, not to grow weary, and not to give up. God is working behind the scenes and He's organizing the right circumstances for you right now. He's doing it right now as you're listening to this podcast and as I'm speaking these words to you. He's making sure we are ready for the ride though. That's why we have to wait. He's setting everything in motion for us and we want Him to do that.  We want to be ready. That way we will have staying power when things get a little crazy, because they will. God wants to ensure we can handle things and we can handle them well. He wants us to win so others will win too. In other words He want us to be blessed to be a blessing. So, stay in tune with the rhythm of the flow God has you in right now. And watch how quickly all of that waiting pays off for you. Galatians 6:9 says, "Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up." So, we have to stay with it, ok? Stay with it. Because God's timing is perfect timing. It's all about trusting God.
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  1. As the matriarch of the family, I am so used to leading. But God is changing the order of things and my baby brother is now leading me. I am in a position of surrender, and I am waiting for God to move me into His harvest. God bless you Mrs. Sharon for this blog, because it helps me to stay with it! Amen.

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  2. Thank you, Ms. Terri. God bless you too.

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