“Come ye apart and rest a while”
(6) Permitting Others To Hurry You On An Important Project Will Only Hurt You. I learnt this lesson during the production of one of my most exciting books. I looked it over, but I really did not want to lose a week by using a proofreader. What should have been a joy became a constant source of irritation as people across the country wrote to tell me about typographical errors. (7) Refusing To Hurry Removes The Potential Burden Of Buyer’s Remorse. Avoid the temptation to hurry when making major purchases. Several years ago, I rushed into a decision about purchasing a car. Something inside me spoke to me, “Wait. Do not buy this car right now. Do not rush it.” I ignored the inner voice and purchased it. It turned out to be one of the worse purchases of my life. (8) Allowing Others To Hurry You Into Marriage Can Create A Lifetime Of Heartache. One of my dear friends become lonely and anxious to “Get my wife and settle down.” He ignored my counsel to invest time in developing the relationship. He buried the marriage and it became a source of great headache to him.(9) Investing Time In Seasons Of Personal Restoration Is One Of The Wisest Decisions You Can Make. Jesus, Himself took time away from the crowds to recuperate and restore Himself. He instructed His disciples, “Come ye apart and rest a while,” (Mk 6:31) (Mike Murdock)
PRAYER LINE : Not so in haste, my heart! Have faith in God and wait; Although He seems to linger long, He never comes late – Terrey.
Patience is a virtue that carries a lot of wait.

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