Run and Not be Weary

March 11, 2012 by Kharla Jolly  
Published in Beauty

This article is about the directions that God has given us, for living our Christian life.

In our life as a Christian the Bible says, that we are in a race. And we are instructed to run this race with patience (not in anxiety), looking unto Jesus Christ, the author (creator) and finisher (has completed) of our faith. Faith is the substance of things that are seen and the evidence of things that are not seen.

Through our prayers, we are to bring all our requests to the Lord, asking for God’s intervention, his guidance and for all our provisions to be filled. But, first we are instructed to seek first God’s Kingdom and his righteousness and then all these things will be added unto you, as each need arises. He says we are to knock and those doors will be opened by God, so you will know which way to go, that his own perfect will is accomplished in your life. He will also close all other doors to clearly reveal, this direction was not his will for you, at this time. Further on down the road, that same opportunity might come your way again and the Lord proceeds to open that same exact door, he closed before. His timing is also of utmost importance. God’s will must always be the deciding factor, in everything we do.

To draw us closer to God, we are directed to be filled with the spirit (the fullness of God) and he is a rewarder of those who diligently (continually) seek him (follow his leading, by that still small voice inside of us). We are to run and not be weary (discouraged), to walk and not faint (don’t give up). As we wait upon the Lord (trust his leading), our strength will constantly be renewed, mounting up with with wings (above all cares) as the eagles.

Also, we are instructed to love the Lord God, with all our heart, soul, mind, and strength. Secondly, we are to love everyone else more than we do our self. When this has been accomplished in our Christian walk, the Bible states clearly that we will have fulfilled the entire law! (God’s Commandments)

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  2. teacherjoe Says:

    Amen sister.

    You got it right.

    So many people are Christians for materila reasons and not to develope a personal relationship with the big three (Jehovah, Jesus and the Holy Spirit)

    God bless you.

  3. Ixodoi Says:

    Just change the words “Jesus Christ” with God, and – Amen.
    So true & beautiful. Thank you.

  4. TIPS2TRICKS Says:

    Your article is quite remarkable. This is one of the handles of our lives.

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  6. realityspeaks Says:

    Beautiful. All we need to do is surrender ourselves to God.


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