In the quiet morning hours, the sun doesn't rise right away. It doesn't suddenly break through the wall of darkness; it doesn't arrive in an instant ... it slowly chisels its way through. It asks you to wait for it. It tells us,
'Here I am. But be patient. I will rise and give you the ability to see. You just wait.'
God asks you to do the same.
'Be patient. I'm here. Trust me. I will rise over the situation you're in. I'm more faithful than the sunrise I established. You just wait.'
"Light dawns in the darkness for the upright. He is gracious, merciful, and righteous" (Psalm 112:4).