Be Not Weary

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

Today, I come to encourage you not to get weary in well doing. It is so easy to get weary and give up. The devil is so quick to paint the picture of failure and tell you that all you have been doing has come to naught. No matter how true it looks; never believe that lie of the devil. All that glitters is not gold and conversely all that is gold does not glitter. Dont throw your seed away; it is just a smokescreen of the devil. Remember, God is not unrighteous to forget your labour of love. I pray over your life that every seed that you have sown will produce a bountiful harvest in Jesus name.

I pray for you today that the only crop failure that you will experience in your life is the crop that the devil put there. Every seed that my Father has not planted is pulled out, as declared in Mathew 15:13, be it sickness, be it diseases, financial crisis, unemployment, business failure, be it marital challenges, whatever it is, shall be rooted out in Jesus name. God has already spoken it and it shall come to pass. I pray for you that the seed of the enemy will never produce a harvest in your life in Jesus name.

The fact is not the truth; yes you are facing diverse challenges now. But set your eyes on the promises of God. If God has said it, simply believe it and know that it is settled. The key to reaping the promised harvest is if you faint not. That means there is possibility to faint. The challenges have the potential to make you faint or give up, but I admonish you today to keep standing. Having done all to stand, beloved, keep standing. The victory is round the corner. Have you thought of the fact that the darkest part of the night comes just before the break of dawn? I declare over you that a new day is about to break for you. The tears of yesterday will all be forgotten; God will cause you to laugh and they that hear your testimony will laugh with you. Your years of reproach are coming to an end. It is a new day, so rejoice.

Further reading: Ecclesiastes 11: 1-6; Galatians 6:6-10 Daily Bible Reading: Morning: Jeremiah 51-52; Evening Hebrews 9


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