You can be dog-tired, worn out, and not sure what to do next. There are those times in our lives when we’re at the end of ourselves. What do you do then?
You follow what Isaiah 40:31, ESV: “but they who wait for the LORD shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings like eagles; they shall run and not be weary; they shall walk and not faint.” Putting this verse into action can be a difficult thing for many because they want to be in charge. Yet, when we’re at the end of ourselves, we need some help.
Waiting is difficult. Face it, we’re impatient—just ask folks who driving in traffic every day. We could save ourselves a lot of wasted worry time, frustration, and physical pain by learning to wait on the Lord.
You do that by focusing on God’s Word because it refreshes and restores you, body, soul, and spirit. Center your thoughts on God’s promises and power at work in your life—His grace in operation. Receiving His revitalizing power and strength will enable you to keep going forward.