Seasons of Waiting: Walking by Faith When Dreams are Delayed
by Betsy Childs Howard
Waiting is one thing most Christians have experienced before, and something most of us complain about. Waiting stretches us. It tests faith and reveals character. It shows whether we deep-down trust God or not. And, it’s usually uncomfortable. I’ve been through my own long waits for provision and fulfilled promises before, so I was excited to read Seasons of Waiting by Betsy Childs Howard.
Overall, I felt her outlook on waiting offered a new, big-picture perspective. She argues that what we wait for in the here-and-now illustrates how all of creation longed for a Savior and how we are all still longing for the return of Christ. This made me realize how my own waiting means far more than just character-building or faith-growing in my own life. I wait with creation. I wait with all…
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