Wait, Worship, Pray & Obey…

A Letter to God’s Beloved Creation;

If God asks us to wait, it does not mean to do nothing. When God asks us to wait it means that while we are preparing for God to answer, we must continue to worship, pray and obey.

Waiting on God never meant to lock ourselves in a room and sitting. Waiting on God is a Divine Romance. While we wait, we seek God’s face and stay in His presence.

At home, when I am preparing my husband a meal, I sit his plate in front of him. Before I go on to fix my plate I always ask him, “Baby, do you need anything else?” If he needs something, I will bring it to him.  In the very same way if we are waiting on God, we are close enough to Him to ask, “Father, do you need anything?” We wait patiently for the answer. While we wait, we continue to worship, pray, intercede for others and continue to walk in the Word and Will of God.

One day, God will show you your divine purpose….the reason why you were created. Just be ready when he Calls and says, “I have need of you.”

Luke 19:28-31

Living Bible (TLB)

28 After telling this story, Jesus went on toward Jerusalem, walking along ahead of his disciples. 29 As they came to the towns of Bethphage and Bethany, on the Mount of Olives, he sent two disciples ahead, 30 with instructions to go to the next village, and as they entered they were to look for a donkey tied beside the road. It would be a colt, not yet broken for riding.

“Untie him,” Jesus said, “and bring him here.31 And if anyone asks you what you are doing, just say, ‘The Lord needs him.’”

Please enjoy today’s worship video performed by the Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir entitled, “Lead Me Lord.”

Be blessed today and know that I love you with an AMAZING LOVE. ~ Rev. Marcia Davis

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