Working While Waiting
We do not take well to waiting.
We can be painfully aware of it, particularly at this time of the Coronavirus pandemic.
What counts as “waiting” is an individual question.
A stumbling block for many is increasing dissatisfaction or worsening circumstances.
“We will die of hunger, not of Covid, with all this continuous lockdowns,” blurted a family man who can’t work due to outside travel restrictions.
“What do we do at home? The hell with the government!” he complained, fast losing his patience from the waiting.
Like you, I don’t know when this Covid will end. We do have much uncertainty nowadays in varied aspects of our lives.
I think it’s “one stroke.”
We could wipe out our Covid woes at a stroke by faith and finding suitable work and purpose while waiting.
Working while waiting ... in life and livelihood ...
... that’s an open secret of survival, satisfaction, persevering faith, and thriving over the challenges of the global pandemic.
Real work. Real waiting.
“This vision is for a future time. It describes the end, and it will be fulfilled. If it seems slow in coming l, wait patiently, for it will surely take place. It will not be delayed,” said the Lord to his people (Habakkuk 2:3).