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  • Nancy Deacon

    Isaiah 64: 4

  • Harley Wormgoor

    Waiting on the LORD ~ It will be worth it!

  • Olivia Ramsey

    "Our willingness to wait reveals the value we place on the object we're waiting for." -Charles Stanley. This goes for anything but I think girls especially need to remember this about the man interested in them. If he is not willing to wait ( for whatever reason), probably better off without him.

  • Blessed and Blissful Life

    LOVE THIS! So true! Charles Stanley

  • Kayla Bilby-West

    So true... waiting for the man God planned is beyond worth it

  • Kate Gremillion

    Mkay this is an unbelievable quote for our future husbands to read one day in a letter we write them now. They were worth it. And they will love to know that.

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