don't grow weary in doing good things

Don’t grow weary in doing good things – Prayer for July 9. The only set of people that will not be disappointed is those that will reap the fruit of their labor. Those that do not faint – are those that keep working till the day of harvest.

Bible Verse for Today

Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up. (Galatians 6:9)

Sowing and reaping is not a strange thing to anyone on earth at all. It is a principle by God himself that runs the affairs of this world. We sow and we reap.

For example, the trees breathe out oxygen that we humans need and they take back carbon dioxide that we release. Without these plants, it would not be possible for us to get enough oxygen to go around. What is happening is that we are sowing into the trees, and then harvesting. Like normal farming, if a farmer keeps working and does not faint. He will reap the fruit of his labor.

That is why Apostle Paul admonished the church or the brethren in the Galatian church not to be weary in doing the right thing because they will reap it if they refuse to faint or get discouraged.

We need to be very consistent in sowing our seeds to God’s kingdom and to people’s lives because we do not have forever to do it. It is an opportunity that we must not let go of if we see anyone in need, we should sow into their lives.

Doing that to them means we are doing it to God and he will bless us for it. Galatians 6:10 “Therefore, as we have opportunity, let us do good to all people, especially to those who belong to the family of believers.”

Don’t Grow Weary in Doing Good Things Prayer for Today

Today Lord, I refuse to grow weary and refuse to faint. I wait upon you Lord, let my strength be renewed and not let me fall by the wayside. Lord, I promise I don’t grow weary in doing good things. I hope in you alone Lord. I believe you will strengthen me to move on in this journey of life in Jesus’ name. Amen.

Also read: KEEP ON TRUSTING IN JESUS Prayer for July 8