what are you waiting for?

Some things never change. In a fast-paced world, we still find ourselves waiting. Waiting produces impatience. And impatience, frustration. And frustration, anger. And yes, it’s disappointing. We simply don’t want to wait for anything, and we often allow this restlessness to lead down a path of sin. After a 45-minute wait on a holiday,¬†where the … More what are you waiting for?