Let Us Not Grow Weary

“And let us not grow weary while doing good, for in due season we shall reap if we do not lose heart.” – Galatians 6:9

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Hey friends! I hope that you are well. Thank you for reading and showing me love and support. I appreciate you!

The Christian walk is difficult. Nobody ever said it was going to be easy. It can be challenging in this world to maintain your faith in the Lord and to not become discouraged by all the things around you. But I want to encourage you today to not grow weary.

The Lord reminds us in His word: “And let us not grow weary while doing good, for in due season we shall reap if we do not lose heart” (Galatians 6:9). God knows that the road gets rocky sometimes in the Christian walk. That’s why He encourages us to not grow weary. That means don’t become impatient. Don’t become fatigued. And don’t become exhausted with doing what’s good and what’s right – living for Jesus Christ.

Believe me, I know it’s hard, friends. It’s hard to keep going when everything around you keeps pulling you in a different direction and when it seems like there’s no gain in doing what’s good and living for the Lord. But, if we do not lose heart, if we do not lose courage, and if we do not lose our faith, we shall reap from the good that we sow and have sown.

Be encouraged, friends. God has promised us so many blessings if we just keep going, keep pressing, and keep serving Him. And it’ll all come in due season. Not when we want it to come, because we all want to see the harvest now. But, in God’s timing we will reap from the good that we have sown. We will be blessed in our doing good.

So I’m going to keep pushing. I’m going to keep pressing. I’m going to keep serving. I’m going to keep doing good. Because I know that I will reap all the benefits if I do not lose heart.

Don’t lose courage, friends. Don’t grow weary while doing good. For we shall reap in due season if we do not lose heart.

May God bless you. May He keep you. and may He make His face shine down upon you.

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