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Our God Is Neither Weak nor Weary

God is strong and courageous
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Be Strong and Courageous

Our God is neither weak nor weary. However, we children of God occasionally grow weak and weary, especially when we’re trying to figure out what our next step in life should be. Pandemics, illnesses, bad news, and work overload can suck out all of our energy. Because human nature does that to us. Then that soon becomes worry that makes life seem unmanageable. As women, worry can drain us very fast.

But the Bible is full of good news. So read this beautiful verse below from Isaiah 40:28 NLT and realize that God knows and understands everything. And turn everything over to him to start feeling more energized and to gain optimism. There may be nothing we can do, but God deals with the impossible all the time! That’s because nothing is impossible for him!

40:28 Have you never heard?
    Have you never understood?
The Lord is the everlasting God,
    the Creator of all the earth.
He never grows weak or weary.
    No one can measure the depths of his understanding.

Feeling Positive and Energized

Isn’t that a wonderful affirmation? It’s telling us that God’s taking care of everything so we don’t have to worry or feel weary. As a matter of fact, our weaknesses are what keeps us close to God and should keep worry away.

JoyceMeyer is my favorite minister, and she often says to think positive thoughts. From experience, I know that really will do wonders for your energy levels. And when energy levels are up, positivity is up.

More Affirmations

Read more of our affirmations for an extra boost of encouragement. Because life is good when you find ways to work through life’s problems. And simple ways are the best ways.

So, my friends, I hope you’ll drop by frequently to read a beautiful Bible verse or a mind-boosting affirmation quote. From there, happiness and joy can live in your heart and mind.

May you find strength and courage today in Jesus Christ,



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