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I often hear people say that this will happen on God's timing to justify doing nothing to liberate themselves. So I think it's important to consider what the scriptures actually say.
The Messiah, who was God in a body prayed a prayer saying "Father, make them one AS you and I are one." - John 17:21
So the desire of God in a body was that you would be one with God in the same way he was one with God.
In that manifestation he told his disciples that "Greater works than this shall ye do" - John 14:12
So it would appear that he had expectations that we would do things that were even more profound than the miracles he performed in the flesh.
The scriptures also say "it is the Father both to will and to do." Philippians 2:13 So our "will" or desire to do something, as well as our actions ARE God or the father.
So if you desire to wait then you can wait because that's God in you telling you his will. But if your desire is to finish this process, and all you do is wait, then you're denying God in you, and thus ignoring the will of the father to take action.
Now you can try and deny that based on some perversion of the scriptures because you don't like me, or you can listen to what the father is saying in you. Do you really want to wait? Or are you suppressing your desire to finish because you think it makes you more holy?
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