“I will . . . station myself . . .” (Habakkuk 2:1 NIV).
If you want to get God’s vision for your life and ministry, you must want to hear it, you must withdraw to hear it, and then you must wait to hear it.
The New International Version says, “I will . . . station myself“( Habakkuk 2:1 NIV). What does it mean to station yourself before God? It means stay put. It means, “I’m not moving.” It means, “I’m going to be still. I’m going to sit here and I am not going to move until I hear from you, God.”
Hurry is the death of prayer. And, as pastors, we feel all kinds of pressure to get in a hurry. Yet God won’t speak to us as we run out the door. He wants us to care enough to linger and listen in our prayer time.
So many times, we’re running so revved up, we can’t slow down enough to tune in to God.
So, how do you slow down? You calm your mind by relaxing your body. You take deep breaths and you relax your muscles and let the…Continue Reading