Have you found yourself a bit weary? Maybe you’ve been on the journey a long time, but have so much weight on your shoulders. The weight to show up, the weight to be great, the weight to excel, the weight to be better than before.
This weight many of us carry on a day-to-day basis. From mothers to college students, to the busy woman working a 9-to-5 and still trying to make sure she doesn’t neglect her health. It’s a lot to balance, and even myself many days see my life as unbalanced.
However, even when our lives are unbalanced, uncertain, or mundane, God is still at work. The day-to-day tasks can feel like a routine, while in the background God is still working all things for our good, even when we think He’s forgotten about us. Even when we wanted to forget ourselves.
I want you to decide no matter what, you’ll keep believing it until you see it.
Even when the odds are stacked against you, keep believing.
Even when it doesn’t make sense to your natural means or bank account, keep believing.
Even when you begin to doubt it, keep believing.
Right now, at this season, you must believe it until you see it. The more faith we have in God the less the daily responsibilities will overwhelm us. We now know that we can take the weight off and just believe. When we have nothing left, no word, no song, no guide, we only need to believe.
Belief is powerful, and the more we focus our hearts and eyes on God, the more we will see Him.
I hope and pray you don’t get stuck being overwhelmed.
You don’t get stuck in defeat.
You don’t get stuck in loss, but you get up and believe.
Believe that God is who He says He is. That He can control the weather, the sun, the stars, the planets so He definitely can control your current situation.
No matter what we face each day, from underpinning depressions, anxiety struggles, fear, setbacks, new obstacles or even defeat, we must remember we may be cast down, but we are not destroyed.
Get Back Up and Believe Again!
"We are troubled on every side, yet not distressed; we are perplexed, but not in despair;
persecuted, but not forsaken; cast down, but not destroyed"
2 Cor. 4:8-9