God may give us transition periods and times of waiting to help us depend on him and trust his timing. If we patiently do his will during the transition times, we will be better prepared to serve him as we should when he calls us.
(Note from Genesis 11:31—Life Application Study Bible)
I am not by nature a very patient person. I don’t like being behind slow drivers when I am in a hurry. I hate choosing the wrong line at the grocery store. I get frustrated when things don’t always go as I think they should.
All of which makes life very interesting when you are waiting on God’s timing and direction
These last few years have been an extended period of waiting for me. I have waited on God’s provision for my family as my work dried up. I have waited to find the place that God wants me to serve. I have tried to be obedient to him and wait for his calling.
Now things are starting to move and I can see how these last few years have prepared me to step out in faith and obedience to him now. Just as the note above states, my transition periods and times of waiting have helped me depend solely on him and trust in his perfect timing.
It now appears that his timing is near and he is calling me on to new and exciting things. This push he is giving me has drawn me even closer to him as I earnestly seek him in prayer and make sure I am going where he wants to lead me.
If you find yourself stuck, waiting, and impatient to move on, I would encourage you to continue to seek his face. Be content to wait on the one that knows you best. Look for ways to worship Him and serve Him as he holds you for a time. His timing is perfect and when he calls you, you can be sure that when he has you move forward it will be to the exact place he needs you to be.