In His Time

In His Time

In His time, in His time,
He makes all things beautiful, in His Time, 
Lord, please show me everyday,
as you’re teaching me your way,
that you do just what you say,
in Your time.

In Your time, in Your time,
You make all things beautiful, in Your time,
Lord, my life to you I bring,
may each song I have to sing,
be to you a lovely thing
in Your time.

This is the prayer of my heart right now as I step forward in faith.  I’m daily learning how much more I can trust Him to take care of in His own perfect time.  If it were up to me, I’d probably have run ahead much to fast, but He knows exactly what I’m ready to tackle, so He’s pacing me just right to finish the race where He wants me to be.

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5 Comments on “In His Time”

  1. Sister Says:

    That’s why God is in control, not us — He sees ahead and plans our entire future, whereas we are not divine and cannot see enough of our own lives, much less the world, to be able to choose what is ultimately best for us or anyone we love . . . at least without God’s help.


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