My brothers and sisters, just because you can’t “see” what God is doing in your life, it doesn’t mean He isn’t moving heaven and earth to answer your prayers. Most of us recognize that God is never late or early, but He is always on time.
Paul writes in Galatians 6:9, “And let us not be weary in well doing: for in due season we shall reap, if we faint not.” Do you know what the biblical phrase due season implies? Well, it implies an elapse of time between planting and reaping. It also implies the right time and/or a limit in time.
I want to encourage you to not allow an elapse of time, disappointment, closed doors, delayed blessings or your fruitless efforts keep you from all that God has planned for your life. Though the blessing may tarry, continue to place your trust in God, stay pliable in His hands and remember what Jacob did in Genesis 32:22-32—don’t let go!