Everyone gets tired now and then, but God’s power never diminishes, and He is never too fatigued or too preoccupied to hear us or to assist us.
We gain our strength from Him, and to do that, we need to take a moment to refresh ourselves and gain energy. That is accomplished when we can call upon the Lord for help.
We do not struggle alone. Others have run the race and their witness should encourage us to run also.
Winning a race requires purpose, discipline, prayer, Bible study, and worship.
We should not dwell on the past but grow in the knowledge of God. we should concentrate on our relationship with Him.
We should allow nothing to distract us from our focus on Jesus. We must count the cost and be willing to lay aside the earthly security.
We all require regular opportunities to hear and listen to God. When we wait on the Lord, we are expecting His promised strength to assist us in overcoming the challenges and distractions of life. Being ready for when God speaks to us comes from listening to Him. Therefore, when He tells us to wait, we should be patient and anticipate that He will fulfill the promises in His Word.
Running away is not necessarily cowardly. Mature Christians should know that removing themselves physically from temptation is often a more courageous action. In addition, we are warned to run from anything that will produce evil thoughts, just as Timothy was told.
We as a whole need consistent occasions to listen to God. Anticipating God’s guaranteed power should assist us with transcending life’s interruptions and troubles. We do this by waiting upon Him. Listening to God encourages us to be inclined for when He addresses us, be tolerant when He requests that we pause, and anticipate that He will satisfy the promises that we will find in His Word.
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