If you do the possible, God will do the impossible!

I’m Joseph Z and I really want to encourage you with a thought. If you will do the difficult, God will do the impossible. Let me explain. It says in Galatians 6:9, it says, “And let us not grow weary while doing good, for in due season (man, listen to this), in due season, we shall reap if we do not lose heart.” Let us not grow weary while doing good.

Listen, when you’re going through life and challenges are coming at you and they seem to not stop, like one wave after another, you’ve gotta not grow weary while doing good. You gotta not grow weary while you get hit with wave after wave of situational moments. And what you need to do is continue doing good. But listen, it says, “For in due season,” in other words, there is an appointed time for you. There’s a time that as you endure and you continue to maintain your footing and faith and you continue to rise to the occasion, that is difficult. And as you do this, you will maintain a position that will ultimately deliver a victory. Trials don’t last always. They come to an end. I like to say it this way. Whenever I have a trial, I like saying it this way, “This trial,” I like to speak it out. “This trial has the shelf life of a banana.” And I wanna say it to you right now. If you do not grow weary while doing good, in due season, listen closely to the word of God, you shall reap if you do not lose heart.



What does that mean? It means that in the middle of it, you keep yourself encouraged, you stand strong, you don’t lean back. You know, Jesus said, “Let not your heart be troubled” in John 14:1.  Let not your heart be troubled. And when you recognize that you can govern how you’re gonna respond, how you’re going to feel regarding a situation, you can begin to look at the word of God and find victory. I’m telling you, I’ve applied this many times and you can overcome. What happens is, in due season, you shall reap if you do not lose heart.

Let me give you another scripture on the same thought. It says in Proverbs 24:10, it says, “If you faint in the day of adversity, your strength is small.”  Now, I know that might not sound encouraging, but if you faint in the day of adversity, it’s because your strength was small, or you had not built up the ability to not lose heart and not grow weary. You must not grow weary while doing good and not lose heart. So what am I saying? The difficult is to stay encouraged in difficult scenarios, is to stay with your heart and countenance up no matter what’s going on. Lean into the fight, continue to trust God, apply staying power, fill yourself up. That is difficult, but here’s what we know: you’ll reap if you don’t faint. In other words, if you do the difficult, God will do the impossible. God is not mocked. Whatever you sow, you will reap.

I encourage you to sow faithfulness, strength, and victory. And I believe for you right now, whatever you’re going through, that you will reap in due season. Don’t faint today. You can do it. Go just a little longer and watch God break you through in the end. I’m Joseph Z. I’m so thankful I got to share this with you today. I hope it blesses you and I’ll see you again very soon. https://peacewithgod.net/