Trusting God's Timing

God's timing is not always our timing. It's something that is so hard to learn even though I know that His timing is always perfect. Our house in Keller still hasn't sold. It has show 8 times this past week, but still...no offers. This is our second weekend in Enid and until our house sells we've made the decision to stay in a hotel Saturday-Tuesday in Enid and then drive back home 4 1/2 hours to Keller Tuesday evening-Friday. Okay, so, not fun at all. Two kids in a hotel, eating out every meal...I'm learning a lot. A WHOLE LOT!! But, I'm trusting God, even though there are days, to be perfectly honest, I just want to scream! :) I know part of His delay is still to teach me some things. Just when I think I've learned it all, He throws something else in my way. I guess that is a part of really learning to trust Him with everything. He is sovereign and He has got it completely under control. I do know this, just still hard to put off my human nature and trust HIM.

Originally we were going to go ahead and rent something in Enid, but the rental market is sooo slim here b/c of the military base & it also causes rent prices to be extremely high. So, we decided that the wisest thing for us right now was just to hold off. I'm looking forward to finding out why God's timing is a lot slower than mine. I am believing that it is because He has the perfect family with the perfect offer that will move into our home in Keller and then the perfect house in Enid will come available to us at that time.

Other than the driving back and forth every week, things are amazing. We love our church so much and know that this is the perfect place for us. We are looking forward to really getting settled and getting to pour into lives here in Enid. I, of course, miss our New Day family in Roanoke...they will always be such a huge part of us. I learned sooo much there and I know God was preparing us for Enid.

More blogging to come... I just wanted to give you all a quick update!

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