Galatians 6:9 (KJV) And let us not be weary in well doing: for in due season we shall reap, if we faint not.
And let us not, me, (pronounced, may) be weary. We are encouraged to set ourselves to absolutely deny any thought or tendency to grow weary in our labors for Christ. It is like saying, “God forbid that we should grow tired.” The “well doing” spoken of is expressed by the two words kalos and poieo.
Kalos refers to that which is excellent in its nature and characteristics, and therefore well adapted to its ends. It speaks of that which is praiseworthy and noble, as well as, comforting and confirming.
The word, poieo, is intriguing in that it refers to making a thing out of something, to produce, construct, to form or fashion. It deals with declaring a thing and, therefore, to author or bring about something. It speaks of appointing and ordaining and to make ready, and so at the same time to institute, the celebration of the Passover.
Combined, we understand the call to persevere in our calling to exhort, edify, enable, equip, and encourage those with whom we come in contact. We are to speak the life of our Passover, Jesus the Lamb slain from the foundation of the world, into the lives of others.
The result of our untiring witness will be the salvation of precious souls. This is the promised harvest that we shall reap.
Beloved, you may not be seeing the results you would like to see but there is a harvest season ahead for you. You may not be experiencing what you had hoped for but you will see the reward of your efforts soon.
Your profession of faith to others will plant the seeds that will produce the new creation reality in their lives that will translate them from darkness into His marvelous light.
Don’t allow yourself to get weary for your Reward is with you and will refresh and strengthen you along the way.
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