Don’t Underestimate God

I’m finding it hard to wait at the minute – waiting for the pandemic to be over, waiting to be ordained, waiting to “get on with things”, waiting for my big birthday, waiting for a holiday, waiting for…lots of stuff.

This from Toby Mac today has helped me realise that there is value in the waiting, especially because I know God is always at work. I might not realise it just at the minute, but I know that the waiting won’t be in vain.

What are you waiting for? How are you finding it? Drop me a line and let’s wait together.

Grace and peace

Pam x

3 thoughts on “Don’t Underestimate God

  1. As you know, Pam, I am pretty old, 86 actually. I am waiting for my next birthday that is in less than four months time. At the moment my life is still good. But there are already some pretty age related difficulties that I have to cope with. Does God want me to cope with more and more difficulties? Is there a set time that I still do have? So far I do not know, when I am going to die. But I do imagine that most likely it is going to be pretty soon. Even though I know that probably I do have not much longer to live, I do not sit around just waiting for my death. No, I try to do a lot of the things that I am still able to do. So far I am very grateful for being alive. But I think, I am going to also be very grateful for a release from life when the time comes!


    1. It’s lovely to hear from you Uta, and I’m really glad that you are still going strong in your faith and that you are still so active in your daily life. I have loved keeping up with you on our blogs, and you put me to shame sometimes with the amount of activity you can pack into your days! God bless you, and I pray that you continue to be strong and active for as long as possible.

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