When through Jesus Christ we are rightly related to God, we learn to watch and wait, and wait wonderingly.  “I wonder how God will answer this prayer.”  “I wonder how God will answer the prayer the Holy Spirit is praying for me.” “I wonder what glory God will bring to Himself out of the strange perplexities I am in.” “I wonder what new turn His providence will take in manifesting Himself in my ways.”

God always keeps the minds of His children open with wonder, with open-eyed expectancy for Him to come in where He likes.

Oswald Chambers – from his book, “If You Will Ask”

I will take my stand at my watchpost and station myself to see what He will say to me concerning my complaint.  Habakkuk 2:1

Sit still, my daughter, until you know how the matter will turn out.  Ruth 3:18

Trust in the Lord, and do good; Dwell in the land and feed on His faithfulness.  Psalm 37:3