Waiting Has Negative Impact on Humans, Positive Impact on God

“Waiting is an inevitable part of life. Even people highly skilled at multi-tasking and time management cannot avoid waiting at some point in their day – red lights, checkout lines or doctor’s offices, to offer a few examples.

I cannot think of anyone who enjoys waiting. If we’re honest, waiting doesn’t often elicit our best qualities.Therefore, it is interesting that the Bible presents waiting as something God enjoys and that elicits God’s best qualities (see Exodus 34:6; Numbers 14:18; Psalm 86; 103:8; 145:8; Joel 2:13; Romans 2; 2 Peter 3:8-10).”

Read more of my article on EthicsDaily.com here: http://ethicsdaily.com/waiting-has-negative-impact-on-humans-positive-impact-on-god-cms-21380


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