Let us not grow weary in well-doing, for in due time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up. Galatians 6:9
I see many becoming weary in the body of Christ. Trust me…I understand that feeling. I must choose to not become weary these days. It is a choice, one we must make if we are going to see a harvest from our times of prayer, giving and praise.
The bible is quite clear, we will reap a harvest, if we refuse to give up.
The key is consistency, and the devil knows that – for that reason, he tries to get us to become weary and give up – to quit doing what we know to do. The Bible says the devil attempts to weary the saints…he wants you to quit, he knows he is already defeated and the ONLY way he will win is if we quit.
I read a quote this week that I loved…consistency is the cornerstone to a positive outcome.
Of course, we all want a positive outcome – but are we all being consistent? Only we can answer that.
Consistency causes our roots to grow deep into God and His word.
We know that trees with deep roots are not moved by storms or drought. We must become just like those trees, and we do that through consistency.
Consistently reading the Word of God keeps us built up in faith.
Consistently praying keeps our communication with God open.
Consistently giving will bring forth a perpetual harvest.
Consistently praising God keeps His manifested presence in our midst.
Consistency in the walk of the Spirit is what produces the power of God. We cannot have the power of God without a consistent walk with God.
Jesus said, “Abide in Me, and I in you. As the branch cannot bear fruit of itself, unless it abides in the vine, neither can you, unless you abide in Me” (John 15:4).
To abide is to have a consistent relationship with God. To maintain an unbroken fellowship.
Another way of abiding is walking with God. As 1 John 2:6 says, “He who says he abides in Him ought himself also to walk just as He walked.” Walking speaks of consistent motion. A moving forward constantly.
To do this we must make time for the Word of God, prayer and praise each day. And we must cultivate consistency in our giving.
I hear people say things like; “I have tried confessing the Word over my illness, it didn’t work.” The Word will NOT return void. You have a promise, if you don’t grow weary, you will harvest the words you are declaring over your body.
I also hear many, many people say, “I have given, and it doesn’t work for me.” That is not God’s truth. The truth is whatsoever we sow, that shall we reap.
The truth is, if we consistently sow, we will consistently reap. God’s Word does not lie.
The problem is, it doesn’t happen overnight, and it doesn’t happen without faithfulness and consistency. That, my friend, is the hard truth. You do not plant a seed for a tree one day and see it shoot up the next day. It takes time and consistency to see your harvest come to fruition.
This is our year to harvest. I have determined that I will. I will sow as God leads me to…I will sow abundantly. I have determined to sow where God says sow…sowing seeds into MY ABUNDANT HARVEST. Because I desire a consistent harvest, I know I must sow accordingly.
You know what? It’s not easy. I am having to allow patience to have its perfect work in me day after day. But do you know what else? It is working…I am beginning to see it is working.
This month, as you sow your best seed, sow it for a MANIFESTATION of abundant harvest for this year. I am praying daily for my abundant harvest, and I am praying daily for YOUR abundant harvest.
Our consistency will bring it forth. We can rest assured of that. His Word will not return void. Sow your seed today!