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I encountered an argument on the comment section of a certain post. They’re discussing about praying and waiting. Both have their own point but this question certainly caught my attention.

“You’re so idealist. Your definition of perfect timing is having no problem, stable emotions and perfect situations?”

Here are my thoughts to ponder.

To answer the question:

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Yes, exactly.

That is how perfect/right timing should feel. A time when everything seems perfect, feels perfect and that’s when everything just make sense.

Tagging the “magical fairytale” scene.

Having no problem? Stable emotions? Perfect situations? Yes—it was intended not to give you any confusions but clarity.

It’s the snap of realizations, easeness, the moment of truth, the overflowing joy— a split second of blissfulness.

Ideally realistic.

If you’re thinking about the everyday scenarios, the answer will never be Yes. Everyday isn’t a perfect timing but everyday could be a perfect timing.

But to sum it all up, it would be only right and perfect if it is God who gave the timing. His timing is always spot on, without a doubt. He never misses a chance. He never hesitates. He is not confused of your timeline. He’s always on time.

Ecclesiastes 3:11 NIV

He has made everything beautiful in its time. He has also set eternity in the human heart; yet no one can fathom what God has done from beginning to end

Please anticipate for your right and perfect timing.

God prepared it so well, without a miss. Everything is carefully planned. He is so excited to give it to you. He is very confident that all your patience in waiting is not in vain but purely for the preparation of His promise.

Trust and wait upon the Lord.

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