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...and then the light bulb went on


This morning I was making Will a bottle, which I do multiple times a day and as always he was watching me make it and started freaking out. He kicks his legs, throws his arms up and starts whining as if he is starving and thinks I'm going to forget to give him the bottle that I'm making. 
I smiled and told him it would be just a minute. 

And then it hit me.

That is totally how the Lord is with us. Something in life happens and we freak out. Or something in life doesn't happen and we start freaking out. I am confident that we have all had those thoughts cross our minds one time or 20 where we were sure that God either forgot about us, hasn't heard our prayers or wasn't going to answer them. Here we are freaking out waving our hands like, HELLO?!?! and there He is smiling saying,
 "just wait my child, it's coming!" 

Ahhh YES!!! I couldn't help but smile. I have had a few of those freak out moments recently and I can't tell you the joy that filled my heart this morning as God so sweetly reminded me of His goodness and His love for me. We may not get our answers right away but that doesn't mean His love for us is any less.

All in His perfect timing friends.

OH how He loves us!

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