I should learn patience, it’s a shame there’s no time for that.
Live with a bias toward action. Ironically, this will teach you patience. When you take action each day, you learn the value of accumulating small improvements over time. You understand how daily habits compound. Be impatient with your actions. Be patient with your results.
We all need patience and do things according to the rules.
When God says hold up, wait, pray, it’s not your time yet, our entire bodies rebel, legs kicking and flailing like some overturned dung beetle certain that if we try hard enough we might be able to gain a little traction on our own
Patience is the ability to enjoy the calm of boredom.
Impatience is a particularly dangerous habit of the heart because everything worthwhile takes time. Good marriages take time. Spiritual maturity takes time. Financial stability takes time. Effective ministry takes time. Wisdom takes time. People who are not willing to take time cannot have any of the above.
You can’t drink from the cup while you’re filling it up.
We needed to have patience in terms of looking for high-percentage shots. Against a zone, they’re strongest off those first four or five passes. Sometimes we’ll get a little impatient if we’ve passed the ball four or four times and haven’t shot yet. If you take your time, reverse the basketball, get 15-20 passes, you’re...
The message had been delivered. All they could do now was wait. Valden hated waiting.
Take a chance and risk it all or play it safe and suffer defeat.
If your husband’s self-image needs a makeover, be patient. The answers don’t come overnight when a long-held pattern of thinking has to be broken. But you can appropriate the power of God to fight the enemy that feeds him familiar lies, so your husband can be free to hear His truth.Remember that God will reveal...
Time and Patience they both test each other. One fails other takes over….
I heard a preacher say recently that hope is a revolutionary patience; let me add that so is being a writer. Hope begins in the dark, the stubborn hope that if you just show up and try to do the right thing, the dawn will come. You wait and watch and work: you don’t give...
Patience and the passage of time do more than strength and fury.
Oh yes. It was well worth it, doing things the proper way.
Truth is patient. It can afford to be for eventually it will have its way.
The time to right the wrong ticks with precission.