When you seem tired, frustrated, and chaos seems to be unleashed around you, stop Waiting to Exhale, give forth now!
Rest in the Lord and wait patiently for him Ps. 37:7 KJV
But they that wait upon the Lord, shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run, and not be weary; and they shall walk, and not faint Is. 40:31 KJV
It is good that a man should both hope and quietly wait for the salvation of the Lord Lam. 3:26 KJV
But if we hope for that we see not, then do we with patience wait for it Ro 8:25 KJV
Waiting To Exhale
Are you presently in a state of waiting, pondering and wondering just when God is going to bless you! When is God going to answer that one prayer? When will you know the verdict on His decision? When can you let go and exhale? I realized that your moment to exhale comes in your waiting on the Lord! To wait means to stay in place in expectation of; to look forward expectantly; to be readily available. To exhale means to give forth, so baby why are you waiting to exhale, give forth now, give IT forth to God right now. You can exhale right now, so let’s do it together, 1-2-3, inhale and EXHALE!! Let it go! Because, it is God that you are waiting on you can relax and exhale right now, God has it ALL under control. God’s word tells us that He works for the good of those who love Him and are called according to His purpose Ro 8:28 NIV. So stop waiting to exhale, you can release all the tension, worry, and anxiety. God has you covered, He did it for the children of Israel, He did it for Job, and He will do it for you! You do not have to wait to exhale! Whatever you are waiting on, whether it is your finances, your new home, your help mate, the birthing of the new ministry you do not have to wait to “give it forth” or exhale, “give it forth” right now! You are waiting on God, but you are not waiting to give forth, you are no longer waiting to exhale! Exhale now, take in the breath of God and let go of everything that is not like Him…Give it forth! Exhale.
©Tiffany R. Easley 2006 Waiting To Exhale