Are you living them while waiting for God to come through?
Are you wondering what to do next?
Are you seeing lots of unknowns and you aren't sure how to take care of them and you don't know what to do?
Just keep doing what you're doing.
Remain faithful in the dailiness of your life. Do the next chore. Make supper. Clean those dishes. Do it all in thankfulness while thanking God for working out those unknowns. He's working on it.
God is dotting those Is and crossing those Ts. God is working it out in the way only He can work it out, the way that will show the world He takes care of His children so well.
I often have thought of the dailiness, what some call the "drudgery" of life, and I truly think that the "drudgery" more often resembles God's work than the other stuff that gets a lot of attention.
Think about all the daily "chores" God does without anyone (or hardly anyone) noticing. He keeps the air at the perfect ratio of oxygen to all the other chemicals so we can breathe easily. He brings up the sun in the morning and lowers it back down in the evening (actually that's the earth turning but you understand); He keeps the rivers flowing. He grows the grass and flowers. He feeds the wild animals. He grows trees and fauna no one will ever see.
On and on and on. It isn't possible for us to list all God does constantly to keep this world working.
So in a tiny way that is what we do as we keep our families working, we keep our households functioning while we wait on God for the next big thing, for the next time He uses our lives to show our worlds how wonderful He is.
Brother Lawrence writes, “We ought not to be weary of doing little things for the love of God, who regards not the greatness of the work, but the love with which it is performed.”
Keep doing what you're doing. He's working on it. He's working on the solution to that challenge in your life.
Praise Him and thank Him while you attack those dishes in the sink. Thank Him for His love as you fold yet another load of towels. These chores are good things to do. They are necessary. They also keep our households running which is so important to our children's inner growth.
"But as for you, brethren, do not grow weary of doing good." 2 Thessalonians 3:13