How many times have you been mistreated, hurt, and or falsely accused? As human's of nature, how many times have you attempted to right every wrong before seeking the Lord's direction? I'm sure we can all answer yes to the above question more times than any of us would like to admit. Personally, I have worked hard at balancing out this area of lifestyle by first knowing what skills God has given me to handle certain experiences prayerfully, and when I have no control in the matter at all. When I have no control, but I continue forward as if I do, circumstances become worse rather than better. It's like trying to place a square block in a round hold, it just won't fit.
There are times when all of us feel like the situation is much to urgent, and God is moving to slow when it comes to action and answer. It is during such a time that I have learned by experience that God will right every wrong, but in His own way and by His time. That's just one of many reasons why I love the quote, "He may not come when you want Him, but He's always on time." The next time you fiind yourself doing things your way rather than His, remember, the answer is already provided and the issue already resolved, it just hasn't been revealed to you yet. The best thing we can do while we wait for the answer is to remain committed to our convictions, and faithful to the fact that God will right every wrong.
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