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Until   (ŭn-tĭl′) prep. 1. Up to the time of: We danced until dawn. 2. Before (a specified time) She can't leave until Friday. 3. Scots Unto; to. conj. Up to the time that: We walked until it got dark. Before: You cannot leave until your work is finished. To the point or extent that: I talked until I was hoarse. See Usage Note at till 2. [Middle English: un- up to (from Old Norse und; see ant- in Indo-European roots. til, till; see till 2. until ( ʌnˈtɪl) conj ( subordinating) 1. up to (a time) that: he laughed until he cried. used with a negative) before (a time or event) until you change, you can't go out. prep 3. often preceded by up) in or throughout the period before: he waited until six. 4. used with a negative) earlier than; before: he won't come until tomorrow. [C13 untill; related to Old High German unt unto, until, Old Norse und; see till 1] Usage: The use of until such time as (as in industrial action will continue until such time as our demands are met) is unnecessary and should be avoided: industrial action will continue until our demands are met un•til (ʌnˈtɪl) conj. up to the time that or when; till. before (usu. used in negative constructions) I didn't remember it until the meeting was over. prep. onward to or till (a specified time or occurrence) to work until 6 p. m. used in negative constructions) He did not go until night. 5. Scot. and North Eng. to; unto. [1150–1200; Middle English untill] usage: See till 1. until – till Until and till can be prepositions or conjunctions. There is no difference in meaning between until and till. Till is more common in conversation, and is not used in formal writing. used as prepositions If you do something until or till a particular time, you stop doing it at that time. He continued to teach until his death in 1960. I said I'd work till 4 p. If you want to emphasize that something does not stop before the time you mention, you can use up until, up till, or up to. Up until 1950 coal provided over 90% of our energy needs. Eleanor had not up till then taken part in the discussion. Up to now they've had very little money. If something does not happen until or till a particular time, it does not happen before that time. Details will not be available until January. We didn't get back till two. used with 'after' You can use until or till with phrases beginning with after. He decided to wait until after Christmas to propose to Gertrude. We didn't get home till after midnight. Be Careful! Don't use 'until' or 'till' to say that something will have happened before a particular time. Don't say, for example. The work will be finished until four o'clock. You say 'The work will be finished by four o'clock. By 8. 05 the groups were ready. Total sales reached 1 million by 2010. used with 'from' From is often used with until or till to say when something finishes and ends. The ticket office will be open from 10. 00am until 1. 00pm. They worked from dawn till dusk. In sentences like these, you can use to instead of 'until' or 'till. Some American speakers also use through. Open daily 1000-1700 from 23rd March to 3rd November. I was in college from 1985 through 1990. Be Careful! You only use until or till when you are talking about time. Don't use these words to talk about position. Don't say, for example. She walked until the post office. You say 'She walked as far as the post office. They drove as far as the Cantabrian mountains. used as conjunctions Instead of a noun phrase, you can use a subordinate clause after until or till. You often use the present simple in the subordinate clause. They concentrate on one language until they go to university. Stay here with me till help comes. You can also use the present perfect in the subordinate clause. I'll wait here until you have had your breakfast. When you are talking about events in the past, you use the past simple or the past perfect in the subordinate clause. The plan remained secret until it was exposed by the press. He continued watching until I had driven off in my car. Be Careful! Don't use a future form in the subordinate clause. Don't say, for example ' Stay here with me till help will come ' or ' I'll wait here until you will have had your breakfast. Thesaurus Antonyms Related Words Synonyms Legend: until preposition 1. till, up to, up till, up to the time, as late as consumers who have waited until after the Christmas holiday conjunction 1. till, up to, up till, up to the time, as late as I waited until it got dark. before, up to, prior to, in advance of, previous to The EC will not lift its sanctions until that country makes changes. Usage: The use of until such time as (as in industrial action will continue until such time as our demands are met) is unnecessary and should be avoided: industrial action will continue until our demands are met. The use of up before until is also redundant and should be avoided: the talks will continue until (not up until) 23rd March. Translations do dokud než až do indtil til før ĝis kunnes saakka do dok til; fyrr en ・・・の時まで ・・・まで. 까지 kol ne kamēr līdz do dokler till tills förrän จนกระทั่ง จนกว่า cho đến khi until [ənˈtɪl] B. CONJ 2. in past) → hasta que + indic he did nothing until I told him to → no hizo nada hasta que yo se lo dije, no hizo nada hasta que no se lo dije until they built the new road → hasta que construyeron la nueva carretera we stayed there until the doctor came → nos quedamos allí hasta que vino el médico we didn't stop until we reached York → no paramos hasta llegar a York UNTIL •  As with other time conjunctions, hasta que is used with the subjunctive if the action which follows hasn't happened yet or hadn't happened at the time of speaking: Go on stirring until the sauce is cold Sigue removiendo hasta que se enfríe la salsa I shan't be happy until you come No estaré contenta hasta que ( no) vengas NOTE  When the main clause is negative, no can optionally be given in the hasta que clause without changing the meaning. •   Hasta que is used with the indicative when the action in the hasta que clause has already taken place: He lived in this house until he died Vivió en esta casa hasta que murió I didn't see her again until she returned to London No volví a verla hasta que ( no) regresó a Londres •   Hasta que is also used with the indicative when describing habitual actions: I never wake up until the alarm goes off Nunca me despierto hasta que ( no) suena el despertador •  Instead of hasta que. VERB. you can use hasta with an infinitive when the subject of both clauses is the same: Go on stirring until you get a thick creamy mixture Sigue removiendo hasta obtener una crema espesa until conj → bis; wait until I come → warten Sie, bis ich komme not until (in future) → nicht bevor, erst wenn; in past) → nicht bis, erst als; he wont come until you invite him → er kommt erst, wenn Sie ihn einladen; they did nothing until we came → bis wir kamen, taten sie nichts; dont start until I come → fangen Sie nicht an, bevor ich da bin, fangen Sie erst an, wenn ich da bin; they didnt start until we came → sie fingen erst an, als wir da waren, sie fingen nicht an, bevor wir da waren until ( ənˈtil) preposition, conjunction to the time of or when. He was here until one o'clock; I won't know until I get a letter from him. until is spelt with one l. until → إِلَى أَنْ, حَتَّى do, dokud før, indtil bis έως, έως ότου hasta, hasta que kunnes, saakka jusquà, jusquà ce que do, dok finché, fino a ・・・の時まで, ・・・まで. 까지 tot, totdat til aż, do até, até que , till จนกระทั่ง, จนกว่า kadar cho đến khi 到. 为止.

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Watch full movie watch online in hindi Wait"Means" m~ovie." watch"for" free~ Wait Means Never HD English Full Episodes Download. Wait Desperately, helplessly, longingly, I cried. Quietly, patiently, lovingly, He replied. I pleaded, and I wept for a clue to my fate, And the Master so gently said, Child, you must wait. " Wait? Your say wait. my indignant reply. "Lord, I need answers, I need to know why. Is your hand shortened?  Or have you not heard? By faith I have asked, and I'm claiming your Word. "My future, and all to which I can relate Hangs in the balance, and you tell me 'wait' I'm needing a 'yes' a go-ahead sign, Or even a 'no' to which I can resign. "And Lord, you have promised that if we believe, We need but ask, and we shall receive. And Lord I've been asking, and this is my cry: I'm weary of asking: I need a reply! Then quietly, softly, I learned of my fate As my Master replied once again, You must wait. " So I slumped in my chair; defeated and taut And grumbled to God; So I'm waiting, for what? He seemed then to kneel and His eyes met with mine And He tenderly said, I could give you a sign. I could shake the heavens, darken the sun, Raise the dead, cause the mountains to run. "All you see I could give, and pleased you would be. You would have what you want, but you wouldn't know Me. You'd not know the depth of My love for each saint; You'd not know the power that I give to the faint. "You'd not learn to see through clouds of despair; You'd not learn to trust, just by knowing I'm there. You'd not know the joy of resting in Me, When darkness and silence was all you could see. "You would never experience that fullness of love As the peace of My Spirit descends like a dove. You would know that I give, and I save, for a start, But you'd not know the depth of the beat of My heart. "The glow of My comfort late in the night; The faith that I give when you walk without sight; The depth that's beyond getting just what you ask From an infinite God who makes what you have last. "And you never would know, should your pain quickly flee, What it means that 'My grace is sufficient for thee. ' Yes, your dreams for that loved one o'ernight could come true, But the loss! if you lost what I'm doing in you! So be silent, my child, and in time you will see That the greatest of gifts is to get to know Me. And though oft' may My answers seem terribly late, My most precious answer of " Wait" by Russell Kelfer taken from Hannah's Hope  by Jennifer Saake pages 177-178 Copyright 2005.

Question: What does it mean to wait on the Lord? Answer: The command to wait on the Lord is found extensively throughout the Old and New Testaments. In the Old Testament, it is more about waiting for the Lords providential care, but most New Testament references relate to Christs second coming. In all cases, it is about waiting expectantly and with hope. Fundamental to being able to wait is trusting Gods character and goodness. Waiting on the Lord is something the godly do. Its about holding on tight, hoping with expectation and trust, knowing that our Lord is not making us wait just to see how long we can “take it. ” There are times when God will delay His answer, and we will at times wonder why He seems so reluctant to intervene in our affairs: “I am worn out calling for help; my throat is parched. My eyes fail, looking for my God” (Psalm 69:3. But, knowing the Lord, we trust that He will come at the perfect moment, not a second too soon or too late. Waiting on the Lord necessitates two key elements: a complete dependence on God and a willingness to allow Him to decide the terms, including the timing of His plan. Trusting God with the timing of events is one of the hardest things to do. The half-joking prayer, “Lord, I need patience, and I need it RIGHT NOW, ” is not far removed from the truth of how we often approach matters of spiritual growth and the Lords will. To wait on the Lord produces character in the life of the Christian in that it involves patience (see James 1:4. Waiting involves the passage of time, which is itself a gift of God. The word wait in the Bible carries the idea of confident expectation and hope. “For God alone my soul waits in silence. my hope is from him” (Psalm 62:1, 5, ESV. To wait upon the Lord is to expect something from Him in godly hope, “and hope does not disappoint” (Romans 5:5. We wait on the Lord in a way similar to how we wait on the arrival of out-of-town relatives, with loving anticipation of seeing them again. All creation eagerly awaits Gods restoration: “The creation waits in eager expectation for the children of God to be revealed” (Romans 8:19. Those who wait for God to keep His promises will not be disappointed. Waiting on the Lord involves being at rest in the Lord. Psalm 23 provides a lesson concerning being still. Sheep will not be at peace near rushing water, but they will lie contentedly by “still” water, and thats where the Good Shepherd leads us (Psalm 23:2. The words “He makes me lie down” can be translated “He causes me to rest. ” When we, like sheep, are still, we are resting in the Lord and trusting our Shepherd. Being still means we have ceased from following our own agenda or ingenuity; we have stopped trusting in our own strength and will power. We are waiting upon the Lord to exchange our weakness for His strength (see 2 Corinthians 12:9. The apostle Paul had a “ thorn in the flesh, ” and, as he gains spiritual insight, he understands that the affliction is a protective suffering meant by God to keep him from sin. As a result, the apostle is content to rest in Gods grace. God does not remove the thorn; He gives Paul a place to be still in the bearing of it. Paul learned to be still and wait on the Lord. To wait on the Lord is to rest in the confident assurance that, regardless of the details or difficulties we face in this life, God never leaves us without a sure defense. As Moses told the panicky Israelites trapped at the Red Sea by Pharaohs army, “The Lord will fight for you; you need only to be still” (Exodus 14:14. The heavenly perspective comes as we focus not on the trouble but on the Lord and His Word. When it seems God has painted us into a corner, we have an opportunity to set aside our human viewpoint and wait upon the Lord to show us His power, His purpose, and His salvation. When we dont choose to wait on the Lord, we solicit trouble for ourselves. Remember how Abraham and Sarah did not wait on the Lord for their child of promise; rather, Sarah offered her maid, Hagar, to Abraham in order to have a child through her. The account in Genesis 16 and 18 shows that their impatience led to no end of trouble. Any time we fail to wait on the Lord and take matters into our own hands—even when were trying to bring about something God wants—it leads to problems. When we “seek first the kingdom of God and his righteousness” (Matthew 6:33, ESV) we can allow God to work out the rest of the details. This doesnt mean we sit idly by as we wait on the Lord to act on our behalf. We should not spend our time doing nothing; rather, we should continue to do the work He has given us to do. Psalm 123:2 says, “As the eyes of slaves look to the hand of their master, as the eyes of a female slave look to the hand of her mistress, so our eyes look to the LORD our God, till he shows us his mercy. ” That is, we should look to God with the constant anticipation and willingness to serve that a servant shows to his master. The idea of waiting on the Lord is not like waiting for the dentist in the waiting room (thank goodness. Rather, the sense of waiting on the Lord is somewhat akin to what a waiter or waitress does in a restaurant. Our attitude and actions should be as those of a waiter anticipating and meeting the requests of the one hes waiting on. Our waiting on the Lord is not biding our time until we finally get the service weve been waiting for; its filling our time with service to the Master, always on our feet, ready to minister. The command to wait on the Lord means that we are to be near Him and attentive so that we may catch the slightest intimation of what He wants for us. We naturally think of ourselves as self-sufficient. We turn here and there and expect help from our own ability, from friends, or from circumstances. But in the spiritual life we are taught to distrust self and depend upon the power of the Holy Spirit. Waiting on the Lord involves the confident expectation of a positive result in which we place a great hope—a hope that can only be realized by the actions of God. This expectation must be based on knowledge and trust, or we simply wont wait. Those who do not know the Lord will not wait on Him; neither will those who fail to trust Him. We must be confident of who God is and what He is capable of doing. Those who wait on the Lord do not lose heart in their prayers: “This is the confidence we have in approaching God: that if we ask anything according to his will, he hears us” (1 John 5:14. Waiting on the Lord renews our strength (Isaiah 40:31. Prayer and Bible study and meditating upon Gods Word are essential. To wait on the Lord we need a heart responsive to the Word of God, a focus on the things of heaven, and a patience rooted in faith. We should not despair when God tarries long in His response, but continue to patiently wait on Him to work on our behalf. The reason God sometimes waits a long time to deliver is to extend the goodness of the final outcome. “Therefore the LORD waits to be gracious to you, and therefore he exalts himself to show mercy to you. For the LORD is a God of justice; blessed are all those who wait for him” (Isaiah 30:18, ESV. Recommended Resource: Patience: The Benefits of Waiting by Stephen Eyre More insights from your Bible study - Get Started with Logos Bible Software for Free! Related Topics: What does the Bible mean by longsuffering? What does the Bible say about patience? The patience of Job—why is Job famous for being patient? 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