In the Waiting Room – Week 2 – Thursday Study Notes

by Kathy

Last week, as we studied Psalm 5, we discussed that David changed his attitude by re-arranging his thinking.  He focused on three things:

  • Because he trusted God, David knew that God would intervene and expectantly looked for the ways that God was answering His prayers and helping him through the wait.
  • He put his thoughts on things about God and reminded himself who God is and what He had done for him.
  • He submitted to God’s timing and chose to be joyful.

Are you allowing God to transform your thinking by working on these three things?   As God shows you things He wants you to apply from these studies, write them down in your notes.  Go back and review them, from time to time, and ask yoursel if you are continuing to be intentional in applying them in your daily life.

As I persoanlly studied chapter 13, I noticed one more thing that David did which caused his attitude to change from the  “how long” to  a heart filled with a joyful song.  Open your study notes and let’s dig a little deeper today.    Please take a moment to comment on what it is you are waiting for.  I will pray for you!

When you are finished with your notes today, take time to worship God and thank Him for what He is teaching you.  I have posted a music video that I would love for you to listen to.

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4 Responses to “In the Waiting Room – Week 2 – Thursday Study Notes”

  1. Melanie McIlrath says:

    Beautiful song! Sounds a bit like a Hillsong tune.

  2. shannon says:

    Thank you Kathy-this is all so timely for what I’m going through. I’m having some health concerns and have to have a D&C tomorrow. I’m in the waiting room tomorrow, literally. The worship song was beautiful, and David’s focus on God, especially “He put his thoughts on things about God and reminded himself who God is and what He had done for him” has brought comfort to my thoughts this evening. Thank you!

  3. julie phillips says:

    one word…WOW! that song is gorgeous!

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