There are so many Christians who have grown weary in their well doing. So many have prayed without ceasing, fasted regardless of difficulty and continued to be sensitive to the Spirit even when the world tells them to turn from Him. So many have continued to stand through exhaustion, fight through discouragement and rejoice in the midst of their continual battles.
It truly is incredible to witness the obedience of God’s Remnant.
Today, I feel the need to encourage those who are feeling the weight of the battles upon their shoulders and the weariness that has crept in on all sides: you will witness your miracle and live your breakthrough.
The Lord has never left one of His own, He has never allowed a child of His to wander without eventually leading them right to His path.
Sometimes, all we can do is put one foot in front of the other, even when we have no idea where we’re going.
Sometimes, the only thing we can look forward to is an un-seen hope we don’t dare let go of regardless of our inability to fully grasp it.
Sometimes, all we have to cling to is a desire and a prayer, just like Abraham, who had nothing to look to other than the stars in the sky to help him believe one day his descendants would match their number.
All you may have to hold on to is a dream, a expectation that nobody other than you and the Lord believe in, but you have no choice but to grip that wish with all you have because if it came from the Lord it WILL come to pass.
So, find encouragement today that the longing in your heart, the secret desire you can’t explain, the thing you’ve been praying for relentlessly, will one day be on the other side of that door. If you have aligned your heart with the Lords then whatever hunger you have, hope you’ve adhered to, wish you dare not say aloud, will one day be presented to you.
Don’t stop believing, don’t stop hoping and don’t allow yourself to grow weary in all your well doing.
You will one day be a testimony, don’t stop standing.
“Trust in the Lord with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding. In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths.” -Proverbs 3:5-6