Impatience is a form of unbelief. It’s what we begin to feel when we start to doubt the wisdom of God’s timing or the goodness of his guidance.
It springs up in our hearts when the road to success gets muddy, or strewn with boulders, or blocked by some fallen tree.
The battle with impatience can be a little skirmish over a long wait in a checkout lane. Or, it can be a major combat over a handicap, or disease, or circumstance that knocks out half your dreams.
The opposite of impatience is not a glib, superficial denial of frustration. The opposite of impatience is a deepening, ripening, peaceful willingness either to wait for God where you are in the place of obedience, or to persevere at the pace he allows on the road of obedience — to wait in his place, or to go at his pace.
Currently, a middle age man in Nairobi county has expressed his impatient over a long waiting for presidential results.
While doing an interview, the Nairobi resident said he is finding it hard to stay at home because of the tension that makes him have a false running stomach. “Naskia Kuendesha” the man said.
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However, has urged people to accept whatever outcome Wafula Chebukati will announce as the next president.
Social media users commended him for calling for peace, while others also laughed at the experiences that are making him stay out of the house for longer hours.
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