These wise words are from my cousin:
One of the most difficult places for me to live in is between what God has done in the past, and what I’m praying for God to do in the future. This place is often referred to as the desert. It’s a dry season. I’m praying but I don’t see anything happening. I don’t hear God’s voice speaking to me. In this season of drought, my eyes have instinctively gone to what I don’t have and what seems to be missing. My focus has led to my frustration, instead of God’s faithfulness. It wasn’t until recently when I realized that in a time of waiting, patience enables us to trust His delays rather than doubt His ways.
It’s easy to feel good about our relationship with Jesus when our eyes are focused where they should be and our hearts are open to receive His love. But, so often I find…
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