It’s better to wait on God’s timing to pull everything together than to rush ahead where everything falls apart.
This is the Pool of Siloam where the blind man washed away the mud Jesus put on his eyes in order to regain his sight.
All of what you currently see was covered by layers and layers of dirt and debris when I first came here in 1999.
Now, after 12 years of litigation in the Israeli Supreme Court, Israel has finally been able to lease the entire pool area from the Greek Orthodox Church for the next 198 years.
Every year I came back over the past 24 years, though, I was able to see more of the Bible come alive through new finds in this area. Think about that for a second.
Archeologists could have been sitting idly by waiting to have the entire area. Instead, they’ve been excavating what they could, while waiting on what they couldn’t.
The Father will accomplish His purposes in your life in His timing. The question is, “Are you doing what you can today in preparation for what He has for you tomorrow?”
It’s been said, “A good rule of thumb for many things in life holds that things take longer to happen than you think and then happen much faster than you thought.”
Let Jesus remove useless dirt and debris from your life today in order to prepare you for what He has in store for you tomorrow.