Hold On

Galatians 6:9 says, “Let us not become tired of doing good. At the right time, we will gather a crop if we don’t give up.”

Life occasionally places us in circumstances where we must patiently await for something good to happen, like an answer to a prayer or a promise coming true. In those moments, it’s easy to feel tired and think about giving up. But I want to remind you that, just like in the story of Abraham and Sarah, sometimes God’s promises need us to be patient.

The verse in Galatians, written by the Apostle Paul, tells us not to lose hope when things get tough. It’s like when Abraham and Sarah had to wait for a son. Waiting helps our faith grow stronger.

Life can be hard, and we might face challenges or things that seem impossible. When that happens, we might wonder if our faith will make a difference. But Galatians says that good things will come if we trust in God’s timing and promises.

Abraham and Sarah waited a long time for a son they were promised, but eventually, Isaac was born, and it brought them great joy. Their story shows us that holding onto faith, even when it’s tough, leads to good things happening.

Keep going, even when things are tough. Stick to your goals, stay true to what you believe, and don’t give up, because good things will come when it’s the right time. God sees your efforts and is always faithful to keep His promises.

Remember, help is on the way, and your good times are getting closer. So, don’t stop trying, keep believing, and know that, just like Abraham and Sarah, you’ll see that waiting was worth it in the end.

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