The Work of Waiting

The Work of Waiting

May 24, 2020 | Rev. Dr. Brian Howard

Passage: Acts

    While our community is in a season of physical and economic waiting, we’re also mindful of how often God takes us through a season of spiritual waiting. This theme is very clear in Acts 1, where Jesus asks the apostles to “wait for the promise of the Father.” Today we explore 7 attitudes Christians should have while they do the work of waiting. 


    In Christ, we:


    1. Wait, because sometimes we’re o___________ t____.(1:4-5)

    2. Wait, knowing we’ll s______ h_______ q___________.(1:6-8)

    3. Wait, reminded of how easily w_____ d___________. (1:9-10)

    4. Wait, but keep g__________. (1:12-14)

    5. Wait, but keep g__________.  (1:21-26)

    6. Wait, because i___ w_________ i_______. (2:2-4)

    7. Wait, because the w_______ i______ w__________. (2:6-13)

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