"Our soul waits for the Lord; he is our help and our shield." 

Psalm 33:20 

One of the actions considered by many to be the most difficult to learn is to wait. Waiting means that we will wait for something or someone to act for us in something that is in our best interest, usually without our intervention. Waiting also means having hope in, and in that sense, it is important that we know what, or whom, we have been waiting for. As it is written: some trust in chariots and others in horses, but we trust in the name of the Lord our God (Ps 20:7). Know today what a good thing it is to trust in the Lord, and allow Him not only to help us, but to act so that everything happens according to His will, so that everything works together for our good, because what He opens, no one closes; and what He closes, no one opens (Rev. 3:7). Therefore, if desired, give your plans, projects, wishes and dreams to the Lord. Commit your way to the Lord; trust him, and he will do it (Ps 37:5). Place your hope in the King of kings, for in him our hearts rejoice; because we have trusted in his holy name (Ps 33:21).