The thing is, God ALWAYS works when we are in a period waiting. "God wants us to learn how to follow him and put down our demanding selves — to calm that screaming child in us," highlights Mazarin. "One way he helps us do this is to say, “Wait.” That miserable, uncomfortable, sometimes painful state of silence is one of God’s most powerful tools to set us free."
We must learn to wait. Perhaps we will receive something unexpected from the Lord in that time. But we must learn to trust in Him alone. He knows the perfect timing on our lives, we don't. "He is capable of both helping us and changing things. Much of our anxiety in waiting is because we forget that “God is able to make all grace abound to you” (2 Corinthians 9:8). You are not at the mercy of your circumstances," highlights Mazarin.
"God invites us to trust in his goodness today and his faithfulness tomorrow."