Top 7 Bible Verses About God’s Timing

How hard it can be to trust in God’s timing. We are a people who want what we want and would prefer it right now. Sometimes it seems as if we are not even on God’s clock. Yet, there is never a time in which He is not aware of the desires of our hearts. He does, however, know better than we do, whether what we want to happen, is necessary or good for us. Sometimes his timing may be just the amount we need to see that what we thought we needed, we never did, or that the waiting made the receiving t … [Read more...]

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A Sunday School Lesson On Patience

Here is a Sunday school lesson or Bible study on patience from the Bible.Examples of Patience James 5:10 “As an example of suffering and patience, brothers, take the prophets who spoke in the name of the Lord.” The Bible is full of godly examples of faith in suffering. That is what James is writing about in James chapter 5 and writes that “we consider those blessed who remained steadfast. You have heard of the steadfastness of Job, and you have seen the purpose of the Lord, how the Lord is … [Read more...]

3 Bible Stories About Patience

Humanity is constantly on the move. We want fast food, fast service, and fast resolutions to high profile controversial court cases. When we do not get what we want, we get impatient and want somebody to pay for not doing something when we want it to be done. As we struggle with our own impatience, there is much we can learn by looking at three Bible stories about patience.What is the common definition of the word patience? The common definition of patience is “the capacity to accept or t … [Read more...]

7 Bible Verses About Patience with Commentary

The Bible has many verses on patience.  What are some of the most prominent verses and what do they mean in application to the believer today?Patience is The word patience in the Hebrew is "qavah" which means "to wait for, to look for, to hope, or to expect."  All of these words in themselves are very descriptive of patience.   In the Greek, it is used most often as "hypomenō" which means "to remain, to abide, to preserver, endure, or to bear bravely and calmly."  Again, these words fit nice … [Read more...]


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