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TEXT: PSALMS 40:1 “I waited patiently for the LORD; And He inclined to me, And heard my cry..

The Psalmist said: ‘I waited patiently for the Lord to help me, and He turned to me and heard my cry. He lifted me out of the pit of despair…He set my feet on…… I walked along….Many will see what he has done and be amazed’ (vs 1-3). Waiting means trusting that God knows what He’s doing, even when He doesn’t give you all the details. Perhaps you’re single and looking for someone to share your life with and probably there’s a relationship at your fingertips, but you know it wouldn’t be pleasing to God. It isn’t the right person, because he or she doesn’t share your values, goals, or commitment to Christ.

Hence, they’re putting pressure on you to get involved sexually when you know sex is only for marriage. Sampling the product before you buy may be the world’s way, but you know it’s not God’s way. Still you’re tempted to think, ‘I’m tired of waiting. I’m going to reach for whatever satisfaction I can get and worry about the consequences later.’ Samson did that and ended up losing his sight, his strength, his reputation, his freedom, and his life. Hold out for God’s best! Pray: ‘Lord, I don’t want to get involved in any relationship that I know would dishonour You, hurt me, and bring pain to the lives of others. You said the plans You have for me are good. So even though I sometimes feel no one understands how hard it is, I’ll trust in You and wait patiently.’ Read (Isa 40:31)

MEDITATION: James 1:2-4; Heb 6:15

JN 8:48-59; 2CHR 5:1-14; MAL 2:10-16


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