Showing posts from March, 2019

Remembering the Lord

I am fully employed in the corporate world and "motherhood".

There are times I am so worn out from my jobs, I begin to be weary and tired. I will whine and complain and will be irritated easily.

I began to lose the focus on the joy that I once found and forgotten why I wanted to do what I did.

Today's reading reminded me that in all I do, I do it for the Lord and not take it for granted...

"Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord."

Blessings Will Come

Results are often not immediate. Sometime, we don't even see it!

Do we do what we do so that we get the results we want? What happens when we don't see it? Will we stop doing it? Will we stop believing in what we do?

Paul explained to the church in Galatia, however, that “a man reaps what he sows” (Galatians 6:7). But we must “not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest” (v. 9). Doing good isn’t the way to gain salvation, and the text doesn’t specify whether what we reap will be now or in heaven, but we can be assured that there will be “a harvest of blessing” (6:9 nlt).

We may not see the results not, or may think that it's worthless. But so long as we believed what we do is right and in line with His perfect will, that is all it matters.

Don't give up, because blessings will come.