Prayer Journey — The Waiting Room

I sit in the chair waiting. There is nothing I can do but wait on you dear God. It seems all I have left is to trust you God and your timing. I am sorry it took this long to lean on you and not my own understanding. Help me to abide in you, to rely on your wisdom. Give me the patience to let you work so that I don’t needlessly work on my own solution. I prayerfully seek you dear Jesus to guide me, to fill me with your peace that surpasses all understanding. Help me to rest in you dear God, to quietly sit in this waiting room for your Word.

In the same way the Spirit also helps our weakness; for we do not know how to pray as we should, but the Spirit Himself intercedes for us with groanings too deep for words; – Romans 8:26 (NASB)

8 thoughts on “Prayer Journey — The Waiting Room

  1. Waiting is one of the most difficult things we do, especially when it comes to our loved ones. Waiting for test results, waiting for surgery to be over, waiting for their pain to subside.

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