Voices of the Church (11/30/11): What Do You Do to Ease the Pain of Waiting?
I’ll be doing an experiment. This blog is the first one under the segment called Voices of the Church (VOTC). In this segment, I’ll be posting a question and will be soliciting ideas and opinions from readers. And after some time (2-3 weeks?), I’ll be compiling the best contributions and perhaps make an evaluation of it. If this is successful, there’s a big chance I’ll continue the segment.
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Last week, I blogged on the topic of waiting. I argued that God should be the object of all our waiting. So the first question for the first VOTC is:
What do you do to ease the pain of waiting?
Things to keep in mind:
–Waiting here refers to any area of your life where you are doing it
-You are highly encouraged to give practical steps (reading the Bible, serving in a ministry, etc.)
-You may share a past or current experience, but make it brief
-And of course, you may share verses that greatly helped you in your waiting
-Your comment will be subject to moderation.
-Use English, so even foreigners can join the discussion.
-One-liner comments will hardly be approved. I’m sure you can do better than that.
-Feel free to discuss with other contributors. And of course, enjoy the discussion!