Wait upon the Lord
Wait Upon The Lord – Time of waiting is one of the most difficult things. But, the Bible says in Isaiah 40:31, “Those who hope and wait in the Lord will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint.” Bible, Luke 21:19 says, “By your patience possess your souls.” Therefore, wait for the Lord patiently at His feet in prayer and in meditating His word. God the Almighty will exactly come at the point of your need and raise you to great heights. You will be stars shining brightly forever and ever achieving extraordinary things for the glory of God’s name – Lord Kalki.
Do you know about that the word “wait” ? Those who wait on (upon) the Lord get all the attributes of strength listed in this verse. So if we want the strength in its various forms listed in this verse, then we must first learn how to wait on the Lord. Think of it this way: if we don’t learn to wait on the Lord, we will never get the strength of the Lord. So what exactly does it mean to wait on the Lord ? To answer this question we need to know what the word wait really means. In order to do this, we need to unfold the meaning of this word.
The one we have been using of the rope. A rope is made up of many strands and so is our relationship with God. The more “strands” that we weave into our relationship with God, the more strength He gives to us. Let’s look at some more strands that make up this rope. These are just a few of the strands that should be in our rope. You can probably think of quite a few more. When you twist all of these strands together you get a rope whose strength comes from God.