An Answer from God, not You

“In times of uncertainty, wait. Always, if you have any doubt, wait. Do not force yourself into any action. If you have a restraint in your spirit, wait until all is clear, and do not go against it.”



1. What does it look like to wait?

2. How long should you wait for an answer?

3.  How do you know the answer you have been searching for is from God and not from you?

7 thoughts on “An Answer from God, not You

  1. Lawrence,
    Please share your lyrics with us. It is such a blessing to see how God is working through you! We are ready to be inspired. I can post them if you email them to me. This way more viewers will have access to the words God spoke to you.

    Thank you so much,
    All of us

  2. I use that image daily Mish. Even with a recent issue I had of obsessing over music lyrics. As soon as I relaxed a little (mostly by force) God began to show me things I had all wrong. Speaking of, I would like to put some new lyrics up. Let me know if that’s alright with you.

  3. Lawrence,
    What a great image of patience! Thank you. Next time, I become anxious, I will think of this battle scene.

  4. I think the people that are patient, see/feel things that are others don’t. It’s kind of like the warrior who rushed his troop into battle. He should have been more patient and, walked down carefully instead of charging the ten soldiers he could see. If he would have, he would’ve seen the hundreds hiding in the trees with arrows.

    I believe patient people take the time: to wait, asess, create a game plan, then decide when the best time to act it out is.

  5. Why is it that some people are better at being patient than others? What do the patient people do differently?

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