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Divine Note #62 - Do you wait for God? - Habakkuk 2:3

Written Saturday, Sept. 18, 2010, Posted  Friday, Dec. 3, 2010

Habakkuk 2:3 The message I give you waits for the time I have appointed. It speaks about what is going to happen. And all of it will come true. It might take a while. But wait for it. You can be sure it will come. It will happen when I want it to.

God speaks to Habakkuk and clearly tells him to wait for the message. I love the way God also tells Habakkuk that it may take time, but to wait because things will happen when God wants them to happen. How clear is that?

How human it is for us to clearly hear God’s voice yet we still do our own thing? The message of this Divine Note is simple: Obey God. Leave timing, circumstances and all the details to him. God knows when you need to know something. God knows that it’s hard to wait. God knows that you need to know. But remember that doing God’s will involves obeying him down to the last detail. Wait on God. Listen to God. Obey God.

Big God Hugs,
Blanca

Read my December Divine Devotions at www.MyDivineJourney.blogspot.com

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  1. Isn't waiting painful sometime, as I grow older I grow impatient always early and always ready to go ahead of time, especially tense when waiting for someone else to get ready. My problem is being patient till God brings it to pass and being faithful. Often I find the enemy or the flesh rising up and it may be the enemy that prods the flesh. But my mind goes to the Apostle Paul with his "Thorn in the Flesh" and that Christ is made perfect in our weakness. Praise God enjoy your twitters and your blog the couple I have read. be blessed in Christ.

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