Have you ever noticed that waiting on someone else is so much more annoying than when someone is waiting on you?
When someone is waiting on me, I have control. I know I’ll deliver on what I said I would do. But when I’m waiting on someone else, I can’t be sure of the outcome. Best case scenario, I wait and the other person comes through, even if it’s a little late. Worst case scenario, the other person doesn’t follow though and I’m left waiting with something left undone.
When I’m waiting on God, it feels like I have no control.
I can’t control when He’ll fix a situation or a person.
I can’t control when God’s right time will be.
I can’t control when or where I’ll hear from Him or how He’ll call me.
And it’s annoying because from what I can see if I’m asking, then it must be the right time!
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