Dietrich Bonhoeffer observed: "Celebrating Advent means being able to wait. Waiting is an art that our impatient age has forgotten. It wants to break open the ripe fruit when it has hardly finished planting the shoot. But whoever does not know the austere blessedness of waiting—that is, of hopefully doing without—will never experience the full blessing of fulfillment. Those who do not know how it feels to struggle anxiously with the deepest questions of life, of their life, and to patiently look forward with anticipation until the truth is revealed, cannot even dream of the splendor of the moment in which clarity is illuminated."
This week Vince discusses how "waiting is not simply "my waiting" -- waiting is relational because it means we share another's clock and another's pace. Waiting on God means that we share His clock and His pace... join us as we reflect on what this means for our lives.