Keep On Together
We are a few days into our New Year and New Decade.
Paul, a writer and leader of centuries ago wrote to his coming in Galatia “Let us not get tired of doing what is right, for after a while we will reap a harvest of blessing if we don’t get discouraged and give up” (Galatians 6:9 TLB)
If things don’t happen right away or when yowethink they should, that doesn’t mean we should quit.
We need to be diligent and have endurance.
The tunnel may seem extremely dark right now, but there is always a light at the end. It may be just around the corner!
Don’t give up.
We do not come in this world as a result of our own actions — others’ union have conceived us and gave us new life.
Our family, friends and others live with us.
In those moments of difficulty and doubt, ind a spiritual family—a church and a small group—to help you through the tough times.
Is there a “right thing” you’ve been doing that has just worn you out?
My “Panera Pals” and “Salt and Light” group at church form a life giving network!