Excerpt from Waiting for God: A Sermon Preached in Great Queen Street Chapel, April 26th, 1867, in Behalf of the Wesleyan-Methodist Missionary Society Man is required by his very nature as a creature, and from the dependent position in which he is placed, to take the attitude of waiting. For his encouragement he is assured that God is good unto them that wait for Him. Let us inquire what is involved in this duty, and consider how the Lord encourages them that perform it. If he who speaks, and they who hear, be this day waiting for Him, they will assuredly find that the Lord is good to them.
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