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Ray Parascando - October 30, 2016

Waiting On God

No one likes waiting. You don’t like waiting when you go out to eat. You don’t like to wait when you go to the doctor. It seems like life is one series of waiting on one thing after another. With God, however, there’s great purpose in waiting. Waiting is very much so a part of our relationship with Him. In fact, God does His best work with you while you are waiting. To be someone who prays Thy Will be done, you will be someone who is waiting on God.

Scripture References: Luke 13:18-21

From Series: "Four Words: Thy Will Be Done"

Some of the most internally asked questions that are proposed to God have to do with His Will. These questions are connected to our suffering, our successes, and even our shame. The answers to these questions help us make key decisions and hopefully avoid potential disasters. As you seek the answers to these questions, you’ll find great peace in praying four of the most powerful words ever lifted up to God, Thy Will Be Done. As you explore the different ways to know and do God’s Will, you’ll realize that His Will touches every part of your life. When you see the different aspects of God’s Will, you’ll be equipped to pray with total sincerity and confidence the four words Jesus taught us to pray, Thy Will Be Done.

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