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Baby Steps

Baby steps can be giant leaps.
Sometimes it's hard taking things slow or to wait for what God has for us, isn't it? 

Yet, that is exactly what God wants us to do -- slow down and wait -- on Him.  So we can't get all impatient and take matters into our own hands, because we want things too fast. I've made that mistake and it doesn't end with the happiest of endings. 

He wants us to take our time in order to get the details right and He's looking for consistency while we're at it. What I'm saying is, whatever it is we are to do to help ourselves and to help people advance His kingdom, it's probably going to take awhile. 

That means we may have to take baby steps. And guess what? God will enable those baby steps to be giants leaps as we wait on Him. When we move in His timing, He will make things happen in His timing. And His timing is always better than ours. His timing has leverage and staying power. His timing is smart and perfect timing.

Consequently, if He said it would happen, it will happen. He orders everyone of our "baby" steps. So we can take comfort in that and just continue to step and move with ease while He's perfecting our steps. 


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Reference:,
Psalm 37:23-24

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