““But do not forget this one thing, dear friends: With the Lord a day is like a thousand years, and a thousand years are like a day.”

– 2 Peter 3:8

God is our provider. He is going to bless you; He wants to bless you. So guess what: today you can smile. You can smile and know for sure it’s going to be okay. You don’t have to worry. God is good; He is faithful. I admit freely and willingly that God’s timing is annoying. Oh, man is it annoying. It is the eleventh hour. You have to be patient and you have to wait for it. But God sees things differently than we do. He is a put-a-seed-in-the-ground kind of God, who will nurture it and watch it grow. We are an over-the-counter, quick, we-want-it-now human being. God’s not that way. He’s a God of process; He’s a God who is journeying with you.


Give me patience, God, to trust you and your timing.


When has God showed up for you in the eleventh hour?

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8 Responses

  1. I live in Canada and often view the broadcasts. The messages have changed my thinking and indeed grateful.

    1. Hi Bethany,

      We’re thrilled that you have received each sermon with grace. Thank you for watching. God loves you, and so do we!


  2. Thanks, we’ve watched Hour of Power since the roof top days, drive-in movie. Now in my 70s, I’m still blessed by your broadcast and you! Thank you!

    1. Hi Jeane,

      We are so blessed to have had you in our lives since the beginning! Thank you for your involvement, and we pray that God will shine joy upon your life. God loves you, and so do we!


  3. I love Your Service On TV We listen every Sat Nite at 8PM Will you pray For my husband he has Parkinson does pretty good But we pray God will heal him he is so good to go to Church with me on sunday, Thank you for you and your wife’s service Janie Hallack

    1. Hi Janie,

      Thank you for your message! We will keep your husband in our hearts and pray that God will continue to heal him, and be with both of you in your time of need. We are so grateful for you. God loves you, and so do we!


  4. Glad to see you are wearing the robe your grand father used to wear. Your dad did away with it when he took over the crystal cathedral ministries, and started wearing business suits, just like any other TV preacher, which I thought was a mistake. Keep up the tradition.

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