Those Who Wait Upon The Lord Fly Like Eagle(Isaiah 40:31)

Wait upon the Lord and fly like an eagle. God’s time is the best. Patience moves mountains. Trust in the Lord for your redemption is near.

wait upon the lord and fly like eagle
Wait upon the Lord and he will strengthen you to fly like an eagle.

God has bigger plans for His children, but it takes faith and patience to see what He has prepared for you. The Bible has said: Those who wait upon the Lord would fly like an Eagle.

“But those who hope in the LORD will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint”(Isaiah 40:31).

How do you perceive this verse as a believer?. Where is your trust and faith as a Christian?. He has already heard your prayers. Wait for his perfect timing!.

If you truly believe in God; then don’t be afraid to cling to Him irrespective of your circumstances. He is not a man that He should lie.

Learn how to wait for God and every good plan He has for you shall come to pass. And you will never be a failure. He can restore whatever is lost or broken in your life within a twinkle of an eye.

Never think you are late or your time is wasted waiting upon the Lord. Look, David was anointed as King of Israel, but it took 13 good years before he ascended unto the thrown.

In the same way, it took 13 years for Joseph to see his dreams of being the star of his family come true. Just understand that God is preparing you for a brighter future.

You can inspire yourself with these Bible verses about how God works in His own time. My friend, just trusts him. Wait upon the Lord and you shall renew your strength and fly like an eagle. Indeed God’s time is the best!.

With upon the Lord and fly like eagle

Be one of those who wait upon the Lord and fly like an eagle. Never give up. Keep trusting your creator.

NB: The eagle is full of strength, vision, and hope. This is how the Lord will make you. You can learn lessons about how amazing the eagle is.

This will make you understand why God used it as an illustration of how he will redeem you from your miseries.

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