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Daily Inspiration - Saturday, April 11, 2020

"Now in the place where He was crucified there was a garden, and in the garden a new tomb in which no one had yet been laid." John 19:41

Even in the "wait", God is at work!

Friday evening to Sunday morning was a time of waiting - waiting in fear, waiting in hiding, waiting in doubt. It is in this blank space of waiting that hope can be found. It is in this blank space that things seem to be quiet and nothing is happening.

Have you ever lived in a “blank space” moment? It’s quiet, things seem hopeless, and it appears that nothing will ever change. But, it is in this blank space that the greatest miracle is taking place. May we never forget that in our blank spaces we have a mighty God that is still in the miracle business.

He is still moving mountains on our behalf. He is still breaking chains. He is still resurrecting dreams. He is still saving lives. He is still on His throne! He sees! He knows! He’s working even when all we see is a blank space!

Final Thought

Make a list of all the times you have to wait. How can remembering that God is at work in the waiting help you make the most of these opportunities?

Prayer

Father, so often we have a tendency to “mess up” things I our lives we become so impatient. Teach us to wait on You for everything we need or desire. Teach us that we may we understand that all things become beautiful in Your timing. We ask for help in the Name of Jesus, Amen!

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