Have you ever had to go to the emergency room feeling panicked about your situation only to find that the workers are complacent and unalarmed? It is infuriating! Supposedly, they are in their jobs because they want to help people. Finally, your doctor calls the hospital, and the workers, come rushing to your side to comfort you and ultimately help you.
It’s not your situation that got them moving; it’s who you know. We are in a similar situation when it comes to our relationship with God. You must call on him in every case, but sometimes he makes you sit in the waiting room while he’s assessing your circumstance. He has heard you and will come to your rescue.
We’ve been crying out to him concerning the emergency that our country is experiencing; we are panicked over what we are becoming. Though we can’t see anything happening, God is hard at work pulling all the pieces together, just like the workers; though they seem to be complacent, they are working hard and doing their part to make your emergency visit as good as they can. We only see the surface; the working parts are hidden from our sight. Be patient in the process.
and call upon me in the day of trouble; I will deliver you, and you shall glorify me.” Psalms 50:15