From him comes my salvation.

Psalms 62:1

1 For God alone my soul waits in silence; from him comes my salvation.

Sounds good doesn’t it, the question is how do I do this. Yes from God comes my salvation. But how do I wait for it, isn’t there someway I can automate it. Or some way I can make it more efficient so that I can get it faster?

I have been caught up with life and the perpetual hurry to get there. Who knows what there is. It’s defined by some intellectual who thinks he has the answer to a perfect life. Ah yes why not make some money in the bargain.

Jesus I have learned is different he is not in a hurry he is patient he waits for me. I found I can only meet him on his terms.

While I wait he works behind the scenes getting my life in order righting the wrongs making me whole. Nothing visible most times. Till he feels I need to learn something. Then he teaches me through the people around me. Or through what I come across. Sometimes I am slow and he wakes me up from my spiritual slumber by speaking to me directly. There is no mistaking that it is him. The more I wait the easier it is to recognize him. Yes the confirmation of what he said comes latter an encouragement that he is there.

WAIT for your God he will come in his time. Till then nothing can touch you. WAIT on Jesus because in your silence he brings a change.


  1. gaillovesgod says:

    Your post goes with my verse in my devotions this morning.
    ” The Lord is good unto them that wait for him, to the soul that seeketh him.”
    – Lamentations 3:25 KJV 🙂

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  2. Yes I am following the Meditations of Andrew Murray from him writings “Waiting on God”. It’s not easy to wait for God but your verse aptly puts it. The next verse 3:26 as well.
    It is good that a man should both hope and quietly wait for the salvation of the LORD – Lamentations 3:26
    Be blessed as you wait may God strengthen you.

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  3. gaillovesgod says:

    May you be blessed as well!

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