This post contains the first passage for our 40-day journey AND an explanation of the journey itself.
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This final devotional is a post based on Revelation 22, the last chapter of the Bible.
Journeys always involve waiting—waiting for the destination. Miraculously, we have stars to guide us.
Waiting involves time, and we tend to have an uneasy relationship with time.
Procrastination is a form of waiting. ... God says a lot about waiting. What might God have to say about it?
As we wait for the fullness of time, creation waits with us (and has something to teach us)
While we await his second coming, what sort of transformational process is he calling you to undertake?
Today, we explore a central theme from the story of Ruth and Noami.
Sometimes, we consider waiting a waste, but what can be learned if we bear the weight of waiting?
Come explore the relationship between the biblical art of lament and the waiting of Advent.
No room in the inn? How could that be?!
If you wanted to pray a prayer in this season of waiting, here's what that prayer might look like.
In the waiting, God can feel distant, but as the Hebrew word qavah conveys, our faith can actually be strengthened in the waiting.
This devotion explores 2 Peter 3 and how God's perception of time gives us insight into waiting
What can we learn about waiting from the lives of Zechariah & Elizabeth, Simeon, and Anna?