Part II: The War of the 'Wait" by Bathsheba Smithen
The past few days I have felt overwhelmed by my "wait." Yes, I mean w-a-i-t, not w-e-i-g-h-t. Consequently, I have probably put on some weight, by indulging in my frustration and neglecting my physical needs constantly stuck in my head, contemplating when God is going to meet my timetable. Sometimes I wish I could just walk into those pearly gates and see God's calendar because apparently mine seems to be completely off. Certainly by this time, this baby should be walking, my mother should be strolling back into our family amusement park, and all of these Job-like boils and Joseph-like experiences in the pit should have subsided. Don't get me wrong, I am very grateful for how far God has brought me, but have you ever been in the middle of your wait?
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