Though It Tarry

(Today's entry from In Green Pastures by J. R. Miller)

Answers That Wait

The day may come to us, as life’s meaning deepens, when we shall cry to Christ and he will not seem to hear. Whenever this experience may come, let us remember that Christ’s silence is not refusal to bless. There may be some hindrance in ourselves, and a work of preparation is needed in us before the blessing can come. Instead of doubting or blaming the Master, we should look within ourselves and ask what it is that keeps the answer waiting. When we are down lower in the dust of humiliation, when our weak faith has grown stronger, when our self-will is gone and we are ready to take the blessing in God’s way and at his time, the silence will be broken by love’s most gracious answer.


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