Patience

How do you describe patience? Waiting peacefully; Being understanding and merciful with the things you don’t normally tolerate; Waiting in love and kindness; Enduring the storms in peace, humbleness and meekness; Waiting in wisdom; Compassion with the differences, ways and minds of others. Be patient and kind to the elderly. Be patient with the mind of

Be patient and kind to the elderly. Be patient with the mind of child. Be patient when you’re driving. Be patient with those that are slow to learn. Everybody learns differently. Be patient with yourself in love and life. Be patient with your enemies, for, they know not what they do. Be patient with God even when you don’t see what he’s doing or don’t know the plan for has for your life. Be patient with God in trying to teach you; it’s to help and lead others. Be patient with the church, their just people- we all fall short of God’s Glory. Be patient with fools, they know not what they do. Be patient with the prideful, the insecure, and the hurt and fearful. Be patient with the emotional people, God made them to feel more than others. Be patient in the storms, there’s precious wisdom to come. Wisdom is your friend. Be patient in your lost; nothing last forever; appreciate the small things and know that everything happens for a reason. Be patient in love- Love takes work and dedication, determination, prayer and the love of God. Be patient in goodbyes, it could be a blessing after you heal. Be patient in the mistakes of others, we all have to learn sooner or later. Be patient with time, time could be your best friend. Be patient with family, family is just family and they’re the only family you may have

Wisdom is your friend. Be patient in your lost; nothing last forever; appreciate the small things and know that everything happens for a reason. Be patient in love- Love takes work and dedication, determination, prayer and the love of God. Be patient in goodbyes, it could be a blessing after you heal. Be patient in the mistakes of others, we all have to learn sooner or later. Be patient with time, time could be your best friend. Be patient with family, family is just family and they’re the only family you may have.

Be patient with death, we all have a number of breathes that we will take and the number of days we will live. Be patient with yourself in trying to change, change what you can and accept what you can’t change and trust God with the rest. Be patient in pregnancy and child birthing, 9 months is a long time for your body to be going through changes and pain. Be patient and caring with the life that inside you. Be patient with your parents, no one was born knowing how to be perfect parents.

Be patient with your job and co-workers- it’s all just a temporary thing, a place of trials and a test of your faith. Be patient with people authority over you, their human and have to play the role of leadership. Be patient in sickness, we all have our cross to bear and pain to endure. Just breathe more. The pain means you’re alive. Be patient and merciful toward the disabled, sick and crippled, for, it may be you one day Be patient with life, we were all given paths to take, we are all the part of a big puzzle and we all have a purpose in life.

From My Heart There is a thin line between peace and patience Waiting patiently in peace while you are trusting God for all things Being peaceful within helps you be patience There is no peace in this world like the Peace that God gives.

I Don’t Want To Be Job’s Wife

Poetry
I watch you struggle with the decisions of life weighing you down. You’re torn between things that seem to be blessings running over. I want to share with you my wisdom to help guide you. But I don’t want to be Job’s wife whispering satan’s words in your ear. I see the desires of your heart to please God in all that you do.

I hear your prayer to make your ways clear and promising. I want to share my wisdom to make it better and easier for you. But I don’t want to be Job’s wife and you harden your heart toward me.

I hold your heart as you pour out the fears of wrong choices. Listening to the sound of your voice as a child lost in the wilderness. I want to protect you from the wrongful ways that pulls you most. But I don’t want to be Job’s wife, judged as foolish in my worry.

In my silence, I pray and I trust God to direct your path and bless your footsteps. And I pray that somewhere along the way, your footsteps will lead you back to me. And you will believe that I love you and I’ll always be here for you. I am your blessed Wife

I am Important

Poetry
I asked your reasons for your wrong and to justify the nights I had to be alone. You said that you got lost in time, drinking with the guys and family. You said that you forgot my birthday because of the stress of your the job. You said you got caught up at work, in the zone and you couldn’t call home. Over the weekend, you said some things came up or you needed to finish what you were doing elsewhere.

You couldn’t hear me trying to make you understand how much you were missed and needed. Laying my heart at your feet so that you would know the love that awaits for you. I tried to reach the favor in your heart with understanding, mercy and patience. I stayed on my knees in pray, praying for us, needing God to be a part of what we share.

I stepped back for a moment to go over everything you’ve said, every excuse you feed my heart. You’re just another man/person with good intentions and a heart that means well. I need a little bit more than that because my time is just as precious as yours.

It’s important for me to be the beginning of your days and ending of your nights. I should be as valuable as the breath you breathe and the blood that flow through your body. I should be the time before time; our time is the foundation of our strength and wisdom. I should be the arms that relieve your stress and tense body, you should be running to me

When I’m gone, I guess you will realize how important I was to your life. Tonight, I get on my knees and pray for my own heart, my own soul, my own life. I may not be important to you but I am most important to Christ.

Confusion

Confusion is a mind shifting in the wind without directions or purpose; easy to detour; unstable in every way. A confused mind struggles to make healthy decisions. Confusion can blind the heart.

Confusion: Being raised to believe one thing but heart and spirit learns differently and your torn between the two; When people hurt your heart but your heart still wants to love the one that caused the hurt; Hating your mate but loving the children you share; Struggling to be someone you’re not; trying to fit in with crowds that you don’t belong in; Doing wrong when you know what is right; Hating your job but you need the money to provide for your family; Trying to balance life, love, foolishness, self struggles, finances when all you can think about is being free; Confused between the lessons of your past and being positive about your future; The struggle between good and evil.

From My Heart: To avoid confusion- make a choice, make a decision, hold on or let go, stay or go, hang in there or walk away, believe or not believe, trust or don’t trust, do what is wrong or do what is right, be who you are and suffer the outcome or be who everyone expect you to be and be happy either way, change or stay the same. Make up your mind and heart. Take responsibility for your choices and actions. Live with your mistakes or forgive yourself and move on. Nothing makes sense without truth and honesty within one’s self.