Charles H. Spurgeon:
Lord, “not my will, but yours be done” (Luke 22:42). I don’t know what to do and am at my wits’ end. Nevertheless, I will wait until You divide the waters before me or drive back my foes. Even if I must wait many days, I will wait with “my heart… steadfast, O God” (Ps. 57:7), on You alone. My spirit waits for You with the full conviction that You will still be my joy and “my salvation” (Ps. 27:1), “my refuge… [and my] strong tower” (Ps. 61:3).