Waiting. Waiting is hard at any time; but when days,weeks, or even months, years pass and our prayers seem to go unanswered , it's easy to feel God has forgotten us. Perhaps we can struggle through the day with its distractions, but at night it's doubly difficult to deal with our anxious thoughts. Worries loom, and the dark hours seem endless. The psalmist grew weary as he waited (Ps. 13.1). He felt abandoned- as if his ememies were gaining the upper hand. When we're waiting for God to resolve a difficult situation or to answer often-repeated prayers, it's easy to get discouraged. Satan whispers that God has forgotten us, and that things will never change. We may be tempted to give up or give in to despair. But the psalmist had a remedy. He focused on all that he knew of God's love, reminding himself of past blessings and deliverately praising God. So, while we wait, reflect and praise or thank God for the wins. Hope to see you all soon.. . BE GOOD.