Right now I’m in a season of three songs in particular on repeat: Born for This by Mandisa, It is Well with My Soul by Kristene DiMarco & Bethel Music, and Even If by Mercy Me. I liked how the three of them wove together for the title of this post.
If you’ve ever used the search term, “How to Discern God’s Will” this post, written by someone (ahem) who has used that searched term, will help you figure out if you’re discerning God’s Will or distracting yourself.
Let’s look at Bible verses about patience. Thankfully the Word of God is filled with wisdom and counsel to help us battle against impatience. A fair warning though, when we look at the struggle against patience, we will almost always find a problem with pride as well.
“If you invest just 15 minutes each morning in preparation for joy, it will add up to seven-and-a-half hours in the first thirty days alone and approximately ninety hours in a year. This is the Fifteen-Minute Miracle.” Thus sayeth Tommy Newberry of The 4:8 Principle and I sayeth, “YES PLEASE!”
Gratitude Affirmations may not come easy–but they are simple. I’ve included science, personal experience and a free printable in this post.
Chapter one, verse one of the book of Sirach, “All wisdom comes from the Lord.” The wisdom of God, produces a steadfast heart, an unwavering heart. And the only way we can know God’s wisdom is to seek His wisdom. Not only seek it, but ponder it, consider it, and meditate on it, so we can understand it. The Book of Sirach also states, “Meditate constantly on His commands.” So this constant meditation? It is not necessarily a continual meditation on God’s commands, but a continual returning our mind to thoughts of God.