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A STUDY OF IMPATIENCE


In March of 2006, the Associated Press and Ipsos surveyed 1,003 adults concerning Americans’ attitudes and behavior regarding impatience. Some of the findings included:


• While waiting in line at an office or store, it takes an average of 17 minutes for most people to lose their patience.

• On the phone, it takes about 9 minutes for most people to lose their patience.

• Women lost their patience after waiting in line for about 18 minutes. For men, it was an average of 15 minutes.

• People with lower income and less education are more patient than those with a college education and a high income.


God works in ways we don’t often understand. Why does our spiritual growth take so long? What is God doing in my life? Why isn’t He doing more in me?


(From a sermon by Terry Blankenship, Incredible and Imperceptible Growth, 5/16/2011)

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