Breaking Bread for 3.5.21


Even youths grow tired and weary, and young men stumble and fall; but those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint.

Isaiah 40:30-31


We all get tired, but God will reenergize us. He carries us when we stumble, fall, or are too weak to walk. Isaiah 40:28 says that He never grows tired or wearing and we can’t possibly fathom His understanding. Verse 29 says that for those of us who are weary He gives us strength and He increases the power of those who are weak. This isn’t something that just happens to the older folks, nope, verse 30 shows that even youngsters can grow tired and weary. It’s nothing to be ashamed about. What God wants us to do when we get tired and weary, when we stumble and fall, is to believe in Him, hope for Him to renew our strength. There is not a need He cannot meet, a wound He cannot heal, an issue He cannot resolve. But do we truly believe this? Do we have the utmost faith (support) in Him that He can do all things? Do we trust and believe what is written in verse 28, that He is the everlasting God, Elohei Olam, the Creator of the ends of the earth, Boreh Ketzot HaAretz? Oh imagine life with total faith, trust, dependability, and worship of God and only God. Now that’s living! That’s soaring, never growing weary, never fainting no matter how long and far we walk. There’s no worries because we put all of our trust in our Heavenly Father!


Father, thank You for my renewed strength. Thank You for always revealing Yourself to me in different ways and scenarios, and showing me that You are always here. The things that many would see as coincidences I know to be You, the loving Parent, standing nearby looking after me. Thank You for the angels and messengers that You send to guard, guide, instruct, and enlighten me. There is no greater than You. There is no other place that I would rather be than with You. Thank You for loving me. I love You, Father. Amen.



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