Due Season: “Into the Word” Week 33

This week has been tough.  Every day has been a battle to survive.  Have you had a week like that recently?  I pray that you have not.  Daily, I cry out to the Lord and ask for His favor, His healing, His mercy.  In the midst of it all, I attempted to “do the normal.”  I put one foot in front of the other and kept walking — a wobbly walk, but I asked Him to carry me forward.  Most importantly, I attempted to dig  “Into the Word”.  And do you know what verse jumped off the page and smacked me right in the gut?

 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, NKJV

Guzik’s commentary on Galatians explains that losing heart here implies being like a woman in painful labor who has not yet delivered — the journey is unfinished and unrewarded, but we must patiently persevere and manage our resources for His glory.  The harvest lingers ahead.  It will not come so easily.  Oh, how I pray that God fills me with His Spirit and helps me stay the course.

Q4U:  What harvest are you waiting to reap?  How do you keep from losing heart?

Every Monday we will be working our way through Anne Graham Lotz’s 52-week study “Into the Word.”    Hop on over to the 3dLessons4Life Blog Facebook Page to join us as we dig into God’s Word together.

Linking up with a like-minded sisters at Faith Filled Friday, Life in Bloom, Thought Provoking Thursdays, God -Bumps and God-Incidences, On Your Heart Tuesdays, Soli Deo Gloria @ Finding Heaven, Playdates with God and “Hear it on Sunday, Use it on Monday!

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8 responses

  1. Oh, I know what you mean. It may be a “wobbly walk” but we keep walking because He gives us strength for each day. Through His word, through prayer, through the encouragement of others. May God bless you with grace, hope and peace as you continue to seek Him.

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