Sometimes when we know something is for us, we start to get anxious because we want it simply when we want it, and that’s NOW. We feel so close to the finish line, yet so far away. But please, trust and continue to have faith that what is for you is for you and that God would not let you wait this long just to snatch your prize away from you. He doesn’t tease us, He just prepares us.
Yes, it is taking awhile for us to reach our destination and to finally be able to claim it as ours, but during this phase we just have to ‘Trust the Process.’ It may be a new career field that you have been waiting for; you asked God to give you the confirmation if it will be yours and He did. Now you just have to wait for the hiring manager to finish working on a few things on their end, and because they too also have job duties to work on aside from bringing in someone new to the office, it’s all apart of the process.
For others maybe you’ve been waiting for that relationship of your dreams and you finally get it and now you’re anxious for the ring. Trust the process and just enjoy the relationship and your significant other that God has brought into your life. As you guys continue to grow and become each other’s best friend, the ring will come. But don’t force it. The guy always knows upfront whether the woman he is with is who he sees a future with.
And for the entrepreneurs, You’ve been hustling and building your business for awhile now so that you can leave your dreadful corporate job as an employee. As you finally start seeing more revenue coming in and more partnerships being formed, you are excited but frustrated at the same time because you’re still a worker bee while working on your craft. You are tired! Continue to trust the process and watch God work. He’s preparing you for your big breakthrough by giving you everything piece by piece, not all at once. You would mess things up if it was handed to you all at once because it would be overwhelming.
Wherever you are in life, continue to Trust the Process. It will be worth it in the end. Trust me.