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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 1 – Beginner)
Topic: Patience (08/21/08)

TITLE: Waiting: God knows all too well.
By Mindy Clark
08/27/08


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Waiting for the acceptance letter from the college of your dreams. Waiting for the phone call from the adoption agency saying that you will foster an adorable little girl. Waiting for God to bring you the perfect mate. Waiting for a cure when doctors say there is little hope. Waiting to conceive. Waiting up for your daughter who is out past her curfew. Waiting for your husband to return home from war. Waiting for God to heal your broken marriage. Waiting to overcome the grievance from a family member’s death. Waiting for God to give you a miracle. Waiting for a raise at your job. Waiting for direction in your life. Waiting for an easier year. Waiting. Waiting for faith that can move a mountain. Waiting for God.

“God, can you stop testing my patience?”

“My child, all this time you think I am testing your patience; you are actually testing mine. I am waiting. Waiting for you to give me your burden. Waiting for you to give me your family. Waiting to bless you. Waiting for you to lift your eyes to me. Waiting. Waiting for you to lean on me completely and make me your priority. My child, when will you stop testing my patience? I love you, and I am waiting. No one has tested my patience better than you."

-God


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LauraLee Shaw08/29/08
I like this. Very effective format.