On Jerusalem time, Yom Kippur has also passed. We are disappointed, but not disheartened. We have little to report beyond the simple words given to me and Aaron. I got a single word, "Wait." Aaron got, "Be patient. This is not over."
We are not convicted of failure. We have been convicted and corrected in the past and we know very well what that's like. Like with Yom Teruah, which came and went, we anticipate more shaking and sifting as the Lord refines and prepares His people. He has not abandoned us, nor has He forgotten us.
So, what do we do now? We expect to do what is our customary practice - to wait on the Lord for direction and for His provision. Our hope is in Him. We cannot deny the abundance of miracles, and the mercy and the grace that has been steadfastly poured out upon the Lord's beloved. We wait, patiently, and we stay vigilant while we remain on watch.
I wait for the Lord, my soul does wait, And in His word do I hope. ~ Psalm 130:5