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Day-by-Day – Day 74 – Weariness – Pull Up A Chair

~Isaiah 40:31 But they that wait upon the LORD shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run, and not be weary; and they shall walk, and not faint.

We’ve all been there at one time or another, haven’t we? We’re tired of the trials of life. We’re tired of being under attack. We’re tired of the battle that every born-again Christian seems to fight with the unbelieving world. We’re tired of being ridiculed because of Christ’s name. Today’s saying really applies to the weary believer:

Been there, done that!

Don’t be discouraged, Christian! Our Lord suffered this first. He was mocked, ridiculed and crucified because of Who He was. But yet He continued on. Jesus left us with His Word to encourage our hearts – all we have to do is find the verses which will bless us! When we are tired, we take a nap and rest. When we are weary, we must turn to God’s Word for spiritual renewal. Today’s photo is awesome, isn’t it? It’s a great place to send your eyes and head to and get your brain headed in the right direction. Next, finding verses that will quench your thirsty soul and lift your weary head. This verse is probably one of the most quoted verses and I can see why. Each time I read these words, my heart is uplifted and I am ready to tackle my day.

Why not allow the Lord to restore you today?

~Psalm 23:3a He restoreth my soul:

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Today’s verse is one of those. When we are at our wit’s end, the Lord is there to renew us.


  1. I just wanted to say thank you for such a great site! I have a blog as KJV, Conservtive blog as well and it is very encouraging to find like-minded people. Keep ’em coming Kate!!!

  2. Thank you for visiting, Zack! I will be visiting your site shortly!!!

  3. Thank you precious sister for today’s devotional. What a blessing and encouragement to my heart.


  4. Thank you for visiting, Vicky! It’s wonderful to be able to share what God lays on our hearts with others who share in His Grace!

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