So because our hope is set on what is yet to be seen, we patiently keep on waiting for its fulfilment. Rom 8:25 Richard Rohr writes, “IF YOU ARE NOT trained in how to hold anxiety, how to live with ambiguity, how to entrust and wait—you will run—or more likely you will “explain.” Not necessarily a true explanation, but any explanation is better than scary liminal space. Anything to flee from this terrible “cloud of unknowing.” CLICK THE IMAGE TO KEEP READING
“The Lord is good to those who wait hopefully and expectantly for Him, to those who seek Him.” Lamentations 3:25. Be assured if you are praying about something, He is working on it. Wait with expectancy and hope. Your miracle is at hand.