Everything is in God’s Planning and Timing


Every now and then we tend to rush things in our lives. We haven’t learned the art of being “Patient” we go to work and we rush. People rush while driving  The clerk in the store is rushing us, customers rush employees in the store. Everyone is in a rush and to go where? Where are you going with all of this rushing?

15 - 1Did you know that  rushing will kill you slowly over time? This is why so many people are depressed. Many are suffering with their health all do to rushing. Our world is so micro managed that we don’t know how to function in normal everyday activity.

But there is one person who we can’t rush and that is God! You might be microwave living but God will not be rushed by anyone or anything. God tells us that when we come to Him that there is a time for everything read it in Eccelesiates chapter 3.

So what is being patient? Webster’s define patience as  the capacity to accept or tolerate delay, trouble, or suffering without getting angry or upset:  What does God says about patience? Well the Lord has allot to say about it, in Romans 12:2 he says, Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewal of your mind, that by testing you may discern what is the will of God, what is good and acceptable and perfect. And in  2 Peter 3:9 say’s The Lord is not slow to fulfill his promise as some count slowness, but is patient toward you, not wishing that any should perish, but that all should reach repentance.

May the words in this photo help you to refocus your attention. And start slowing down if you wanna live otherwise you are gonna miss out on allot more in life.

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12 thoughts on “Everything is in God’s Planning and Timing

      1. Oh yes. I know when I find myself rushing I have to shake myself and get a grip and say “why are you rushing?” and I stop and take a deep breath and get back to my much slower pace of peace.

  1. Such a reminder! I tend to rush so much thinking that everything in life is a race. And the faster I finish the more likely I am to “win” but that is not true and thank you for the reminder! Blessings!

    1. Veronica thank you so much for sharing your experiences with this. We do tend to think that once we rush to get it all done we feel a sense of accomplishment but that is not how we are to live if we want to live in peace and have our joy. Please feel free to come back again. And have a blessed Friday

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