“It was so dark and cold,” he replied. “But far off on the distant mountain, I saw a shepherd’s fire. I kept my eyes only on its red glow and I dreamed about being warm. That is how I had the strength to survive.”
Waiting patiently always means paying attention to what is happening right before our eyes and seeing there the first rays of God’s glorious coming.”
David Runcorn said, “Waiting sharpens desire. In fact it helps us recognize where our real desires lie. It separates our passing enthusiasms from our true longing.”
What do you learn in a time of waiting?