Waiting On God (4 of 4) by Duane Bemis
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Series: Secret of the Secret Place: Where great seeds of faith are grown
Another aspect of the secret of the "Secret Place" will be addressed in this chapter and it is the hardest thing for Christians to learn. Even if we learn this "Waiting on God" it is where most Christians fail and their seeds of faith wither.
Are you ready for another scriptural adventure to understand God's heart? Are you ready to listen and take heed to grow your seeds of faith? If you are then let us join in unity of prayer as we begin this important chapter: "Father God Almighty, maker and creator of everything for in You everything exists. You alone are holy, holy, holy, and You alone are worthy to receive all honor and praise. Open our spiritual ears to hear Your voice and then to follow You! You alone are worthy because You alone were slain!
Amen and amen."
Let us begin by open our Bibles to Psalm 27 and see what King David has to say to our hearts.
One thing I have desired of the LORD, that will I seek:
That I may dwell in the house of the LORD
All the days of my life,
To behold the beauty of the LORD,
And to inquire in His temple.
Once we have gone to the Lord with our requests then we should behold the Lord's beauty. He is wonderful and so full of life. He is our Holy Counselor who gives wisdom to all who ask from the "Secret Place". He is Mighty God and there is none like Him. He is truth and truth is His native tongue. He is Everlasting Father and He can be trusted. He is God in the flesh. When we go to inquire of Him we must know that He loves to help His children. We must know deep within our earthly hearts that His desire for His creation is that we would have a relationship with Him. So draw close to Him and He will draw close to you. Ask of Him the Prince of Peace and then rest in His peace as you wait for His answer. His peace is unlike anything else in lif ...
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