God's Perfect Timing

  • by Rev J Martin
  • Narrated by Marnye Young
  • 0 hrs and 26 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Without question, one of the hardest things to do is wait for god's timing. In this fast-paced world in which we live, things are set up for maximum speed and efficiency.
Technology is now moving faster than ever before. Smartphones are so cutting edge that they allow news events to arrive seconds after they actually occur.
We are so used to everything moving at lightning speed that we have a very hard time adjusting to the slower pace that god likes to work things out.
Dazed and confused, we look for answers in all the wrong places. Our life becomes directed by fear instead of faith. We grow disheartened. Our faith can weaken.
If you watch a seed grow, you will not see much change from one day to the next. Although, without water and care, it will die. Faith is no different.
There are perfect times in your future when your life will blossom. All that god asks is for you to wait for them to be revealed.
Thing is, we do not like to wait. Many times when life is not going as we like, we force things to happen. God's timing is not good enough for us. Pushing life is like digging up a seed to check if it has germinated. This may sound crazy, but this is exactly what people do when they don't wait for god's timing.
We pray. We have faith. But we lack an essential ingredient. Often we need to be reminded of the fruits that come from waiting.
If you learn to wait for god's timing, your life will overflow with grace. Surely that is not for me?
Yes, it can be.
During this audiobook, I will share with you what scripture says about waiting for god's timing. Powerful. Stories of those that listened and also those that did not. Enlightening.

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inspirational

short but to the point. looking at his other books to see what else he has to offer.
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Book Details

  • Release Date: 31-10-2016
  • Publisher: Forever Young