I will of the Lord, “He is my refuge and my fortress; My God, in Him I will trust.” Psalm 91:2
When the going gets tough, the tough get going” may be an inspiring motto on a gym wall, but it is not applicable for the believer who encounters difficulty. The strong despise the weak, but God’s strength is specifically designed for the feeble in spirit, the small in faith, the little in stamina. When you fall on His grace, exhausted and spent, you are revived. You are renewed. You ride on His wings and are borne up by His divine drafts.
God’s promises are your hope as you wait on Him. Waiting on God does not mean being idle. It is active, daily obedience in the things you know to do with supreme confidence in His perfect, sovereign answer.
Waiting on God means you know that He is at work when all appears silent and frozen. In His time, in His way, He will meet your needs and bring honor to His name.
Admit your helplessness. in your weariness, cast your burdens on Him. Remember, nothing is too difficult for Him.