9 Let us not lose heart in doing good, for in due time we will reap if we do not grow weary.
One of the most important things to walking in victory as a believer in this life is to never quit. Our adversary knows if he can get us to stop walking by faith and give up on God He can defeat us. But if we will not grow weary in doing what we know that scripture teaches us to live a life of faith, we will be victorious in life. There are several things we can do to keep from growing weary.
First of all the preceding verses here in Galatians 6 tell us we will reap what we sow. If we sow to the flesh we will reap corruption, but if we sow to the spirit we reap the kind of life God has for us. Don’t spend your time consumed with fleshly things that will not build you up spiritually. Maintain a consistent walk with God by making time for His Word, His house, and the things of God a priority.
To often the devil gets believers weary by simply pulling them away from spiritual things that would bring a great strength to their life. This is all about keeping right priorities in your life. If the things of God are no longer your priority, make changes in your life to correct this. God is the strength of our life but when we no longer put God’s things first, we will grow weary for there is no other source of sustaining strength.
Keep your focus on God for scripture teaches us that when our focus is set on Him we will have perfect peace. Simply put, don’t make things or people in this life your source of happiness. All these things are temporary, but God is eternal. When we try to find our joy in anything other than God we deceive ourselves and lose sight of where we find true peace and contentment in life.
So maintain your spiritual walk as a believer by seeking first the things of God, and don’t fall for the deception of looking to the world for your happiness in life for it is God who completes you, and He is the source of your strength. Quitters never win and winners never quit.