Wising Up: When God is Slow

This is the last in our Wising Up Series: some practical wisdom that will help you hear God’s voice and follow it this year. I don’t know about you, but the experience of God’s slowness may be the most difficult one in walking the God-life! Why does he take so long? Patience is great, but patience with understanding is even better. This 10 minute video will give you God’s explanation for when nothing seems to be happening. Learn how an ascent up the tallest mountain in the world is relevant to the walk of faith on the ground…

How have you dealt with the apparent slowness of God? We’d love to hear from you! Leave your thoughts about the teaching in this video below:

  • Tara

    Excellent message. I loved the encouragement about having patience AND understanding. Thanks Tania!

    • Tania Harris

      You’re welcome Tara! x

  • Brenda Scott

    Hi Tania
    That was great about the journey up Everest.I found the teachng really inspiring.
    Also your comment that God is always at work in us

    Brenda Scott

    • Tania Harris

      The Mt Everest imagery is clever isn’t it? Am sorry I can’t claim it as my own but it certainly has been helpful to me! Thank you for your kind words of encouragement! x

  • Jaine Stevens

    Thank you Tania..needed this today. You are a great blessing!

    • Tania Harris

      God’s good timing! Love to you Jaine!

  • Jen Hammoud

    Hi Tania! :-) This is just so so so good! I could feel my soul being fed and nourished as I listened. This is exactly what I needed to hear right now. God bless you!

    • Tania Harris

      Wonderful to hear Jen! Thank you x

  • Preethi Fernandes

    Thank YOu.. needed that today. God Bless you.

    • Tania Harris

      So great to hear Preethi! Thanks for sharing :-)

  • David J Cadenhead

    You are so real. That is a Gift. You are bearing fruit wherever you stop.At each level. and then you go, again…Blessings

    • Tania Harris

      Thanks David! I’ve learnt to be honest with God I think, which has given me courage to be honest with others. Thank you for your encouragement