If you are in a difficult, “in between” situation, Psalm 119:114 may have a word for you. In it, the Psalmist declares: “You are my hiding place and my shield; I wait for Your word.” These are great directions for those of us who are waiting:
1) Make God your “hiding place and shield.” You can read more on what it means for God to be your shield here, but the bottom line is that in your difficulty you should focus on your relationship with God. Building your relationship with Him is more important than getting out of any particular difficult situation, or acquiring any certain thing you don’t have.
2) While you are taking refuge in Him, wait for Him to give you direction about what to do next. Remember that you don’t have to “manufacture” something; sometimes we make foolish decisions by rushing ahead into something God did not lead us to do. GOD will open the next door for you. “I wait for Your word” should be your theme. You “wait” for His word by spending time every day reading the Bible, all the while watching for the direction He will give you there.
While you are waiting … don’t “just” wait; like the Psalmist, let God be your shield, and wait for His word!