Waiting is tough, but worth it.

Waiting is tough, but worth it.

Waiting is not something that sits well with me. I’m the person who tries to substitute ingredients in the process of cooking simply because I don’t want to take the extra time to go to the store. If the pie crust dough has to be refrigerated for 45 minutes, I’m the one who puts it in the freezer for 20 minutes to speed up the process. The more I seek fantastic results, however, the more willing I have been to wait and the let the process play out as it should.  Time is so precious and limited, I often feel like I’m wasting it if I’m waiting. That whole “Be still and know that I am God” thing seemed like a verse for special people with a gift for sitting still. I guess it’s for me, too. Just like my last pie crust was amazing because I forced myself to follow the process and wait the right amount of time, I know that this process of waiting will produce great results in me. I may learn to wait, but see that pie with this post? Yeah. That won’t be happening. Takes too long to do the lattice work in the crust!

One Reply to “Waiting is tough, but worth it.”

  1. Pie crusts! 😀 Good memory with you. Waiting is learned, usually through a process we never anticipate. I am sorry you are going through this, however, I am confident the Lord is going to use it to complete His good work in you.

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