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 Don’t you know He’s waiting?

"...prayer—real prayer—is a holy love affair: I want to be with Jesus. And as I want to be with Jesus, as I draw nigh to Him, something happens: He draws nigh to me. After all, He is seeking me. I’m not seeking Him like He is seeking me…And what is He seeking? Seeking to give Himself to His people, seeking to transform us into His own image. We have it all in this wonderful Book...

You’ll find out that when you begin to seek God, the devil and the world and the flesh they’ll conspire against you to drag you out of that place. And ninety-nine out of a hundred Christians follow that drag of the flesh...“Satan trembles when he sees the weakest saint upon their knees.” He’s not afraid of our preaching and our propaganda. And he’s not afraid of our boastfulness. But when he sees a saint really getting to the Fountain, and really getting to God, he knows that God will meet that saint.

...Listen, time for Jesus! Don’t you know He’s waiting? Day by day Jesus says, “If you pray, don’t pray like the Pharisees and scribes to be seen of men. Your Father’s in secret. He’s waiting for you—waiting to reward you openly, waiting to be your Reward, waiting to reveal Himself to you, waiting to change you within, to fill you with the Holy Ghost. And the way is so simple...

The devil will keep you from your crown. And God is waiting to “strengthen you with might.” God is waiting. God is there. God is everywhere. God looks into your heart. God is ready to bestow Himself and that’s the thing we seek when we pray—not to get rid of a toothache, or an ingrown toenail, but to find God! To meet God!"

- Hans Waldvogel

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 Re: Don’t you know He’s waiting?

Thanks for sharing this, it reminds me of a primary theme of the Scriptures exemplified in the following verse;

My son, give me thine heart, and let thine eyes observe my ways. (Proverbs 23:26)

God desires your heart and mine, seek Him in prayer, these things are needed;

Quiet Place
Quiet Time
Quiet Heart

In Christ,

Ron Halverson

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