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Most of us don't willingly choose to wait. We pick the shortest lines at the grocery store and avoid construction routes whenever possible. These are relatively short holdups, but they point to a deeper truth of what we try to evade on the larger scale of our lives: the anguish and heartache we experience during extended times of waiting when something we have hoped for gets delayed. Because waiting is painful and hard, too often we try to rush through it, seeking to jump ahead to the hoped-for resolution, opportunity, or healing. It's easy to overlook that waiting is an inevitable part of our walk with God.
In Still Waiting, Ann Swindell explores the depths of why God wants us to wait by chronicling her own compelling story of waiting for healing from an incurable condition. She provides a vibrant retelling of the biblical account of the Bleeding Woman, finding parallels with her own journey--and yours.
What is your heart waiting for? Let Ann help you see the promise that is hidden in the ache of waiting and the hope of what God can--and will--do as you wait on him.
Number of Pages: 256
Vendor: Tyndale House
Publication Date: 2017
|Dimensions: 8.25 X 5.50 (inches)|
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Most of us know what its like to wait for God to change our circumstances. But, whether were waiting for physical healing, emotional breakthrough, or better relationships, waiting is something we usually try to avoid. Why? Because waiting is painful and hard. The truth is, its also inevitable.
In Still Waiting, Ann Swindell explores the depths of why God wants us to wait by chronicling her own compelling story of waiting for healing from an incurable condition. She offers a vibrant retelling of the biblical account of the Bleeding Woman that parallels her storyand yours, too.
Let Ann help you see the promise that is hidden in the ache of waiting and the hope of what God canand willdo as you wait on him.