Does waiting drive you nuts?

Dr. Grant MullenI am significant 2 Comments

Do you like to wait?

I doubt it.

What things are you waiting for?

Are you waiting for God to answer your prayers?

Are you waiting for a prophetic word to take place?

Are you waiting for God to give you direction?

Watch the video and make sense of waiting.

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Comments 2

  1. Waiting? Well…since your theme this morning is the THIRD reference to waiting that I’ve had today (and it’s not yet 8 a.m.) I can conclude that the Lord is speaking to me! Thank you for presenting this scriptural principle so well…
    And, you’ve taken us right back to that monumental moment about to happen in Acts 2. I’ve been calling it the “pause before power”…and you’ve reinforced that skillfully this morning. I am confident that the Lord’s fulfillment will be worth us all waiting for!!!!

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    Well Peggy, I’m glad I could join the chorus that God is using to speak to you this morning. Yes, waiting on God is always worth it for what we learn in the waiting (though it’s rarely easy).

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