The Art of Waiting Well Part II with Amy Elaine Martinez


https://amyelaine.com | This week on Real Victory Radio, Amy Elaine delves deeper into the Art of Waiting Well Part 2. (To listen to Part II, click here)

Looking at 5 different people in the Bible she shows us how to make our wait more successful. David waited for years to become the rightful king. Elizabeth spent years barren and broken before she was blessed with a child, the forerunner who would pave the way for Christ.

Listen, I don’t know what you’re waiting on, but I know it’s never easy. Learning to wait well strengthens us for the endurance we’ll need to get through to the other side.

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About Amy Elaine Martinez

Amy Elaine is an inspirational speaker, former radio show host, and gifted teacher. Her ministry is devoted to helping women with heart-shattered lives become whole again in Christ. She loves to tell the story of how Jesus made her a broken girl made whole through the transforming power of the Holy Spirit. Married to the love of her life, David, Amy Elaine is a mom of two boys now young men, Sidney (25) and Gabriel(22). She also has a daughter-in-love Riley and recently became "Yia Yia" to Raelynn Rose Elaine. Recently she left her beloved Colorado mountains to play on the plains of Historic Guthrie, Oklahoma. Most days you'll find her at a local coffee shop writing or ministering across the table to a friend. Her heart's desire is to see women walk in wholeness and develop an intimate relationship with Jesus Christ. Living the victorious life is one of the major themes of her ministry. She's available to speak at your next women's event. You can connect with her at: AmyElaine.com

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