This is day two of restictivity. I am housebound. Fourteen inches of snow distributed into wavy drifts insist I stay indoors. I haven't seen a car pass either street of my corner lot for two days now. No one is getting out. And if we were to do so there isn't anywhere to go.
All I can do is wait. Such is a tall order for a habitual non-waiter.
There was a time I waited and I'm most grateful to God for his extreme patience with me. I waited on Him to make His move at Memorial Drive. My misestimation of my own effectivity forced me to wait even longer than most I suppose. Nonetheless, the entire time I was frustrated with myself and others, I really did believe He would make His move.
Just as it is true that one day soon I will be out and about driving the streets of Tulsa and elsewhere, we can all be assured God has us in His sights for kingdom prosperity. Don't flinch. For heaven's sake, don't give up. Don't quit.
Keep believing even when you feel the helplessness of being housebound. God's activity is the very action we must anticipate in our midst. When we don't know how, we are on to something. God. God in His wonder and love is so magnificent Paul wrote that we overwhelmingly conquer regardless of circumstances.
Way to go God!