I wait patiently

I wait patiently on the Lord, who is always good to me. He knows the hairs on my head, He knows when I come in and when I go out, I can never be out of His watchful protection. He guards me, I am surrounded. Angels watch my step and I will not stumble or fall.

I wait patiently on the Lord, who is always faithful to me. He brings me out into a wide open space, He draws me by still waters, He envelopes me with His loving embrace.

I wait patiently on the Lord, who knows my needs and brings to fruition the desires of my heart. My imagination cannot comprehend his goodness. His goodness is beyond my most excellent thoughts.

I wait patiently on the Lord, who is kind and gentle and guides my path. He leads me through the narrow gate, he gives me the courage to take the road less travelled.

I wait patiently on the Lord because I know I am His daughter. He reaches out to me before I reach out to Him. He rescues me quickly and I do not stray. His direction is what is good and what is best for me. He delights in me. I delight in Him.

I wait patiently on the Lord, He is central to my peace. Like a radar in a foggy mist I can navigate my way forward. He directs my steps, I am His.

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  1. Dearest Tracey Psalm 71:14″ I will keep on expecting you to help me”. Verse 20 “you have allowed me to suffer much hardship, but you will restore me to life again and lift me up from the depths of the earth”. Verse 21 “You will restore me to even greater honour and comfort me once again”. It is a psalm of God’s goodness and faithfulness and we can trust Him to bring you from the depths to new life.

    Yes our darling Tracey – wait patiently. You’re doing so well. With love always your Auntie Tessie xxx

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