ISAIAH 40:30-31

30. Even youths shall faint and be weary, and the selected young men shall feebly stumble and fall exhausted;

31. But those who wait for the Lord — who expect, look for and hope in Him — shall change and renew their strength and power; they shall lift their wings and mount up close to God as eagles mount up to the sun; they shall run and not be weary; they shall walk and not faint or become tired. Amp.

We see the importance of knowing this is the last days and the Lord’s return is near. These are they who are not just waiting for the Lord to return but expecting Him and hoping in Him. They are not just giving lip service. They truly live what they say.

I believe these are the elect overcoming bride and now they are in the wilderness and have the opportunity to pick up the two wings of a giant eagle so that they can fly away from the serpent. Rev. 12:14

When we are in prayer or service to the Lord, we may have times of weariness. We must keep our eyes on the Lord and expect Him to come with the strength we need. But we are the ones that have to put on the wings. The woman was supplied with two wings of a great eagle that she might fly into the wilderness. We have the option.

We must believe the strength is there and keep going. Then the strength will be there as we don’t give up and quit believing. Our flesh will lie to us and say we are empty and done. But we are never done. The Lord is always there supplying our every need.


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      1. I know you have a lot to do. Hope the Holidays are good for you. I did make some cucumber pickles sort of anyway they tasted good although I put them in the fridge. I am going to make some more. I think of you every time I eat them. 🥒

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