Be consistent in well-doing. As a matter of scriptures, God doesn't like it when we're not consistent. The bible says we should not be weary in well-doing, for we'd reap it in due season if we don't faint. It also says we shouldn't cast away our confidence, because it would be compensated with a great reward. The bank may be far away, but you'd still have to get there to claim your cheque. We need to begin to see our positive engagements and investments as if we are going to the bank. We may encounter traffic jam on the way, we may have to refill our tank in a fuel station, sometimes we may even need to turn back or stop to attend to a more urgent matter.
But delay is not denial. You may have done so much for your spouse, your boss, your relatives, or even your children, just to make them see reasons to change; but yet, they still have that very character that you so much despise. Sometimes, you may be discouraged, and you'd even feel like resigning or leaving them. But hang on, in due season you'd reap if you don't faint. However, most times, people develop characters that compliment your own character. That also means you shouldn't carry that "holier than thou" mentality, rather, you should check yourself and see if there are things they don't like about you.
That's how far we'd go on today's Timely Note. But take these last words; LASTING CHANGE TAKES A PROCESS, AND IT DOESN'T COME EASILY. JESUS HAD TO TARRY ON THE EARTH FOR OVER THIRTY YEARS, JUST TO CREATE THE LASTING CHANGE THAT WE ENJOY TODAY. Have a most fruitful week, in Jesus precious name!
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