30 Days of Waiting and Patience: Day 22

Sunday, September 22, 2013

"And let us not be weary in well doing: for in due season we shall reap, if we faint not."
(Galatians 6:9)

Question Reflection:

What is this passage teaching me?

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  1. This passage tells me that there WILL come a time that one feels tired of doing God's work and as we must wait for fruit to ripen, we must remember our labor takes time to produce but it will. We are human with feelings and we live in a microwave world. God is still the same, his ways are different from ours so we pray for understanding and endurance to do what He wants putting our own feelings aside.

    1. Amen Paulina! What a beautiful description of patience and waiting!

    2. I am struggling with that too so I try to remember children don't become adults over night. We take time to grow so as adults in Christ we must have patience and model the behavior we want others to learn. And find time to enjoy people not pass judgement on their walk. When I do this we have fun together and God's presence is stronger. Usually I am all worked up for nothing...lol... It's easier to show someone else than for me to do it myself so I am really working on taking my own advice and seek God for guidance. Thank you for giving me food for thought... It really helps me.

  2. It's teaching me to keep the faith and believe and not to waver in doing the Lord's work for in due time the Lord will reward me. I sometimes get a little weary of situations that may arise, but God has always been there to snap me out of it ( Thank you Jesus!!). But if we keep our focus on God and His Word, and do as He said in His Word we shall reap His rewards. Hebrews 11:6- He that cometh to God must believe that he is, and that he is a rewarder of them that diligently seek Him.


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