1. I don't want this series to end! I look forward to getting notification of a new post. Would love to have a curriculum. Thank you again for this series!!

  2. Anonymous

    I would definitely be interested in curriculum! What a great idea to help people dig into God's Word. You are a gifted writer! Oh, and "Waiting on God" by Andrew Murray is one of my favorite books. I have read it so many times. VB

  3. We adopting from Ethiopia and have been WAITING for 18 months. A friend told my mom about your blog and it has been such an encouragement. It is a daily task to keep focused on God's plan.

  4. hannah

    A curriculum would be neat.

    And you asked for resources… Check out the song "While I'm Waiting" by John Waller. And "Even If" by Kutless is good, too

    I have/am really enjoying this series!

  5. Hannah, I'm checking these out. Thank you! Does anyone else know any good "waiting" resources?

    Thank you all for the encouragement. I think about you every time I sit down to write. Thanks for letting me hear from you!

  6. Anonymous

    Re: waiting resources

    One song I love is 'Waiting here for you' by Christy Nockels. I don't know if anyone has mentioned it in this series yet (sorry no time to go through and look). http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J3OEGnH5x8g

    Books: 'Waiting on God' by Andrew Murray (which has been mentioned) and an older book "Waiting; finding hope when God seems silent' by Ben Patterson (looks at the lives of Job and Abraham).

    Blogs: I have been reading this one for about a year. Lots of waiting articles as the author has waited for children and now employment. She is also doing a waiting series this month. http://www.samuelmay.com/

    I would love to know what resources others would recommend.


  7. I agree with everyone else– I don't want this series to end! (I know it already has, but I was out of town last weekend, so I'm just now catching up).

    I HIGHLY encourage you to keep exploring this topic. Keep writing. You have so much to say and you have already blessed so many of us through your blog. I pray that you DO develop curriculum that "points people to God's Word, and show them how to find those truths with their own eyes"

    You've already been doing that. 🙂 I hope you never stop.

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