March 25, 2024 – 03/25/2024  3 – Perfect Completion25 – Grace For GraceLamentations 3:25 (NKJV) The Lord is good to those who wait for Him, to the soul who seeks Him.


Hello, my friends. Do you also struggle with being still? Isaiah 40:31 (NKJV) But those who wait on the Lord shall renew their strength; They shall mount up with wings like eagles, they shall run and not be weary, they shall walk and not faint. I want to tell you a story I heard once upon a time. Some friends were fishing when they spotted something floating in the water ahead of them. To their surprise, they found an eagle floating in the open sound. The friends brought the boat a couple of feet away from him. One of them had a camera and captured several unbelievable shots of this majestic American icon looking at him curiously as he stared back at the eagle the same way. They became concerned because the eagle was staring at them and appeared somewhat annoyed. They called for help for what seemed to be a distressed eagle. However, as the friends positioned their boat 20 to 30 feet away, the eagle began swimming, making his way to shore. It’s a crazy true story that was told to me once upon a time, and as I sat here thinking about waiting on the Lord, I consider the times He has actively been working on me in trusting as He says to me, “Be still my child, Stay till I let loose.” Sometimes, you may feel the eagle you are waiting to mount up on has been grounded. You can trust in the Lord’s timing. His timing is perfect. Enjoy those moments of quietness as you press into His presence. You won’t be disappointed. Fix your gaze upon Him, for you can rest assured His gaze is on you. Declaration: Father, I am reminded in Psalms 139 that You are so intimately aware of me. You read my heart like an open book and know my doubts and fears. You know my journey because You have gone ahead and cleared the path. Father, You’ve gone into my future; even though it’s unknown to me, it’s evident to you. I trust You; I will seek You and press into Your presence. I trust Your timing.From My Book: Numbers That Preach