October 30, 2019

Galatians 6:9 And let us not be weary in well doing: for in due season we shall reap, if we faint not. ~ This scripture warns us not to give into weariness of heart. Let means to give opportunity to fail or to fail to prevent from happening. This tells me that we have the choice to be weary or we can rise up in the strength of the Lord.

Many times weariness will begin as a seed in the thoughts of man. It is our responsibility to guard our thoughts and hearts. As a man thinketh, so is he. The enemy will seek to sow into us thoughts of discouragement, doubt, tiredness, offense, etc. He will bring thoughts to our minds questioning the faithfulness of God and cause our thoughts and understanding of situations to be false to try to get us to give up on what we are believing God for. If we don’t take authority over those thoughts and bring them captive, they will produce a harvest in our lives of unbelief and discouragement.

The whole purpose of weariness is to cause us to become distracted, discouraged, and weak with the intent to try to stop faith’s action. We guard ourselves from weariness by meditating on what the Lord has said. We recall to mind the faithfulness of our God and past victories that he has given to us. We keep in front of our minds the things that God has spoken so that anytime the enemy would try to bring in thoughts of discouragement and doubt; we are able to combat them with the truth of the word of God.

In this same scripture, there is a promise of harvest. Vs8 states that whatsoever we are sowing to, that is what we will reap. Don’t get distracted by the amount of time that passes and don’t agree with the lies of the enemy. Stay strong in the Lord and in the power of his might. Examine your thoughts and bring every thought into captivity that doesn’t align itself with the word of God.

Today it is your choice to walk in the strength of the Lord, or to allow weariness to stop faith’s action. Choose the strength of the Lord!

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