Monday, November 19, 2012

Patience something that I have learned I do not have. I want things when Kayla wants them, and no time later. I'm not sure when I picked up this trait or if I always had it, but I NEED to find a way to get rid of this selfishness especially since I'm a soon-to-be business owner. 

My mother sent me the following message, and it definitely humbled me and made me realize that everything happens when necessary, not when you want it to.

In our culture today, people are used to getting things right away. We’ve been programmed for immediacy. People don’t like to wait. But the scripture says, “It’s through faith and patience that we inherit God’s promises.” Sometimes, it’s easy for people to have faith. We declare, “God, I believe I’m going to accomplish my dreams. God, I believe I’m going to overcome this obstacle.” But, it gets harder when we have to walk in patience. 
When you pray, can you say, “God, I not only believe for big things, but I trust Your timing. God, I’m not going to get discouraged if it doesn’t happen immediately. I’m not going to give up because it’s taken a week, a month or five years. I know the set time is already in my future, so I’m going to wait with faith and patience because I know that it’s on the way.” 
Remember, through faith and patience we inherit His promises. Trust His Word, trust His timing and trust that your answer is on its way! 
Prayer for Today:
Father, today I declare that I trust You. I trust Your faithfulness. I trust Your goodness. I know that You are working things out in my favor and in Your timing. I declare that through faith and patience I will inherit every promise You have for me in Jesus’ name. Amen!
I definitely needed this message more than you will ever know. I wanted to share it with you guys because I'm sure one of you guys may need it as well.

SN: I just seen a preview of TwoOneSevenPR's website, and it is AMAZING! I'm so happy at the outcome.  I wish I could share it with you guys, but I'm sure it will be live in the next few weeks. 

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