Waiting is hard work as I’m conscious of the limitations imposed while I’m waiting. This morning my thoughts turned to God as I begin to see spiritual truths in this very mundane, every day event.
We are just beginning to experience spring after a long Prairie winter. The plumber thinks that tree roots may be blocking the pipes. And as I pause to ponder, I begin to think that when God begins to move and stir within us there is new growth that He wants to bring into our lives.
Waiting on Him is when our soul begins to be quiet in order to hear what He is saying. There is a sense of surrendering to His process and His timing. There is a cost. The “Plumber” will come at the appointed time and water will flow again as we orientate our lives back to Him.
"I am God, and there is no other...My plan will take place, and I will do all My will..Yes I have spoken; so I will also bring it about. I have planned it; I will also do it." Isaiah 46:9-11