Trust & Believe

 

Are you tired?

Tired of praying?

Tired of fasting?

Tired of believing?

Tired of waiting?

Tired of doing the right thing, only to feel like as you take two steps forward, the enemy launches an attack causing
you to take two steps back?

Tired of walking in love with folks who act crazy?

Tired of forgiving?

Just plain ‘ole tired?

The good thing about God, no the great thing about the God we serve is that He sees your labor of love,
He sees the tears and He hears your sighs…yet it is in these times of growing weary that we must draw strength from within in order to maintain.

Thank God that in Him where you are weak; then you are strong.  (2 Corinthians 12:10)

Where you grow tired, he gives you enough stamina to run through a troop and leap over a wall. (Psalm 18:29)

Just when you thought you had enough, He sends you a Word whether through His written Word, His spoken Word to your spirit, or by using someone else to confirm a Word He had recently given you in order to assure you that everything is going to be alright, and that you’re going to be just fine.

Continue to draw strength from within.

Don’t take the enemy’s punches which seemingly have you down and out for the count, turn around with a great comeback and put the devil right back in his place (under your feet) by proclaiming “It is written!”

Refuse to grow weary in well doing because in due season you shall reap….you shall reap joy, you shall reap peace, you shall reap all the promises of God that He promised you years ago – sparing none.

You shall receive all the blessings God has for you and more as you continue to draw closer to Him and renew your faith in God day by day.

Faith comes by hearing, and hearing by the Word of God. (Romans 10:17)

Allow God’s Word to build your faith, reactivate your joy and give you enough strength to move on.

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*Originally published on Kim on the Web.

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