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You’re going to make it

Do you know, you're going to make it? Oh yes, especially if you believe what Galatians 6:9 says, which is “And let us not grow weary of doing good, for in due season we will reap, if we do not give up.” Clearly, that verse is referring to those who don’t give up. It means that your season will flourish and blossom into the awesome things the Lord has in store for you. It means that although you may indeed grow tired and weary sometimes, the key is that you do not give up and say, 'that’s it, I’m done.' Never give up on the plans God has for you. He wants His plan manifested on earth as it is in heaven (Matthew 6:10). Remember?

So, continue on. Keep those goals and dreams front and centered, that the Lord placed inside of you. Don't let anything or anybody stop you. And know that any tough situation you may find yourself in right now, is only the right now. It will not last forever. God's will for your life is yes and amen. And He also knows what it is that lives inside your heart, because He placed those great things there for you to do great things. So, keep in mind that the Lord can change things up in an instant and make your reaping season happen miraculously, so don't get discouraged. Your season could be right now. You have no idea of all the plans of God, no one does. So hold on and stay focused. Time is still on your side and so is the Lord. He will never leave you.

Keep pushing through, because your time is coming as you remember what Galatians 6:9 says -- don't grow weary, your time is coming if you don't give. That's another way of saying, you're going to make it. 
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