A long wait

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Come to Church

Sunday will be the longest I have ever gone without attending church. It will be 21 weeks tomorrow. We have yet to sense God’s leading us to another congregation.

A few weeks ago I attended the church I was raised in to check on an elderly family friend. Did I ever want to go back when Sunday came around again! We were unsure the church was right so we didn’t go.

I’ll have to say things are not turning out the way I expected they would. I thought by now we would be worshiping somewhere or with someone. Not to mention that Easter is on the way. I’m doing a Lenten devotional which has really made me want to be in a church when Easter comes.

I am finding I have to take my own advice from the post Finding Contentment and confess my desire to find fellowship faster than God wants me to. For reasons I don’t understand we are still waiting for God’s timing to find another church.

“My hope is in you, Lord
All the day long, I won’t be shaken by drought or storm
A peace that passes understanding is my song
And I sing my hope is in you, Lord.”

 

Related: Contentment
Related: What’s Next?

End Notes:
My hope is in you, Lord — April Geesbregt/Ed Cash

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Lena Rae

I love Jesus! He is my eternal hope, fullness of joy, calm in the storm and so much more. I enjoy reading, cooking, blogging and bird watching. I have two wonderful kids and a loving husband. God is good.

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