Did you know we are called to celebrate in a “season of waiting”?

We aren’t supposed to spend our days moping, as if we are holding out for God to bless us with some heavenly gift.

It’s an easy thing to do: feel as though God owe’s us something, or be upset with God until He gives us exactly what we want.

What kind of idea does that send out about Christians? That we are just miserable people, waiting for the next big thing?

We should be using the “waiting” time to be joyful & active in the life we are blessed with.

Hebrews 6: 11 – 12 says: “And we desire that each one of you show the same diligence to the full assurance of hope until the end, that you do not become sluggish, but imitate those who through faith and patience inherit the promises.”

Be diligent, even in the waiting.

That can be done in so many different ways! Be diligent about calling friends to check in, serving at church, or getting to know your neighbors better.

You can be physically diligent, and get into a workout routine!

If you live in the Lancaster area, my dear friend Val is a founder of I Am Limitless, an incredible studio designed to meet your changing needs. They “believe in the potential of each and every unique soul and the desire to love, be happy, sweat and smile, no matter where you are in life’s journey!”

If you are in a “season of waiting”, it’s no time to be a sloth. It’s a time to celebrate & ignite your spirit over what God has already done!

He always answers us in perfect time, but for now, get moving!

For more information on I Am Limitless, please visit their website: https://www.i-am-limitless.com/


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