No Reason to Hurry

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This is a high-strung, neurotic, impatient age. We hurry when there is no reason to hurry—just to be hurrying. This fast-paced age has produced more problems and less morality than previous generations, and it has given all of us jangled nerves. Impatience has produced a new crop of broken homes, or more new ulcers, and has set the stage for more world wars.

Prayer for the day

May my heart be still amid all the turmoil, as I remember Your patience with me, Lord Jesus.

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95 Comments

  1. Edward Irick says:

    Phyllis Keesler I understand your situation and will pray for you. Try going to your county VA rep. and explain your problems. My county VA rep. Wrote letters for me and I received my VA pension. I pray this helps.

  2. Edward Irick says:

    Todays Daily Devotion is simple, however it speaks volumes. It is so important Peter mentioned it two times in one verse; 2Pe_1:6 And to knowledge temperance; and to temperance patience; and to patience godliness. Please Father this day help me develop temperance and patience.

  3. kou says:

    Impatience is man’s desire. God don’t take pleasure in people who don’t wait for his time. Has stated in Jeremiah 29:11….thoughts of hope and good future. He knows what best for us. I’m praying for spiritual growth each and everyday man of God.

  4. alice mcdonald says:

    I needed this. Thank you.

  5. Debrah Igbinedion says:

    Inspirational

  6. Male Martin says:

    Thanks. May God help me to be patient.

  7. Don Chapman says:

    This shall be a part of my day I look forward too.

  8. ABAYOMI LAWAL says:

    I love this and would love receiving it repeatedly