Considering Bible Verses about Patience, When God tells me to be still, it’s not so He can catch me–it’s so He can prepare the way for me.
31 Days of Bible Quotes about Patience and at Day 4 still not really understanding patience. Yes, I thought I’d have at least a little better understanding already. I thought I’d read patience verses and have a sense of where they were going and why.
Day 3 of 31 Days of Bible Verses About Patience. I’m delving into the patience scripture that says the end is better than the beginning. I feel like these have been convoluted ramblings so far. It’s probably good I’m writing about patience because I’m pretty sure I don’t even understand it, much less practice it as a virtue.
For today’s post, the second in my 31 Days of Bible Quotes about Patience, I look at Psalm 27:14. A key word here, “Wait.” I also take verses from that Psalm to form some Daily Affirmations we can repeat to ourselves when we’re struggling with impatience.
I’ve taken on the challenge of writing for the next 31 Days on a particular topic. In years past I’ve chosen the Book of Sirach and Bible Quotes. This year I’m writing on “Bible Verses About Patience.” Any time we drive, go to the store or sit on a soccer field it’s obvious the world could use a healthy dose of patience.
The next time we start talking about the underserved canonization of a particular saint, or listen to someone complaining about a canonization, let’s stop and reflect on our own transgressions–public and private. Let’s reflect on our own forms of penance and repentance–public and private. If we are so quick to judge and disqualify a person from sainthood based on what we’ve seen or heard about them, Is there any hope for us?