?waiting on God
Matthew 17:5-While he yet spake, behold, a bright cloud overshadowed them: and behold a voice out of the cloud, which said, This is My beloved Son, in whom I am well pleased; hear ye Him.
Before Jesus “ventured out”, He waited for God to introduce Him.
?He did not begin His ministry work because, He saw an opportunity to launch out.
?He did not begin because, the sick, the blind, the helpless all thronged towards Him.
?He did not begin because, the people who were by now desperate for a messiah, pressurized Him.
He waited for the Fathers timing.
?He waited for the time of His showing showing,
Little wonder then, that He succeeded.
Anyone who showcases himself before the time of his showing is bound to fail.
Note, not every opportunity you see you grab.
Not every open door is an open door, some are traps in disguise.
If you wait for God’s timing, you will surely succeed, although, it sometimes feels frustrating, but, in the long run, you will always have more than you bargained for.
The Last part of the passage says, hear Him.
✔Whenever, wherever, God introduces or announces you, you must be heard.
Whether the introduction is to your friends or foes alike, whether you are qualified or not, whether you are known or unknown, you will be heard.
Your connection to people don’t count, its your connection to the Almighty that counts.✔
May God introduce you to people that are ready to help you, lift you and take you to places you desire in Jesus name