Galatians 6:1 – 10 Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up.
We live in such a fast-paced world. And, many of us have good hearts. So, when you combine the two, let’s pretend a prayer is sent out or a helping hand is offered, the result would more than likely be to have a strong desire to want to see positive results…fast!
But, that’s not how it works, usually. 😉 Just because we don’t see improvements right away, or quickly enough for us, those positive energies are helping, truly. Let’s put on our patient pants, and, keep on praying.
I don’t kneel to pray. I don’t have a set time that I pray. I just pray throughout the day, however I want at the moment. There’s no perfect way, to pray, a.k.a. talking to Him and seeking his guidance, love and support.
During our high-humidity, high-temperature stricken track practices, back in the day, where we had to run five miles, I’d feel disgruntled, a bit, at least at first. Mumbling to myself, ‘gosh, why do we have to run so far? this is track, not cross country!’ But, you know, it paid off. My coach did actually know what he was doing.
By building our endurance, we came out stronger, more confident, and, in the end, showed that staying focused and persevering, even though we didn’t know why we were doing what we were doing at the time, is what it takes to truly feel a sense of accomplishment.
So. Let’s keep on conversing with Him. He loves to listen. And, eventually, we will reap a harvest.
My belief? Positive energy = love = magic.
Keep on sharing your love, man,
“Father in heaven, we ask for hope and perseverance to continue reaching out to others.”