God Never Gets Tired {{Week 4}}

I just finished writing our last devotion, for week 3. It is official. We begin our last week of our Isaiah 40 study. It has been a good journey. God has shown me a lot about Himself, His character, and even myself. I am thankful for this journey. I hope it has drawn you closer to the Lord. During this special time, we have been able to sit, worship, and connect with God. It has been such a fun journey.

Our next study begins relatively soon (2 weeks from today!). It will be a longer journey, but well worth every ounce of effort we put into it. You can find out the details, at the end of this blog post. Prayerfully consider joining us, friends. It will be in a similar format to this, except the journal is on Amazon.

Now onto our schedule, for our last week!

The Schedule

Monday
Isaiah 40:27

*Blog Post*

Tuesday
Isaiah 40:28

Wednesday
Isaiah 40:29

*Blog Post*

Thursday
Isaiah 40:30

Friday
Isaiah 40:31

*Blog Post*

This Week’s Study

Judging by this week’s scriptures, I know it will be a great week. One of my favorite Scriptures is in this week’s reading. This week, we get to learn a lot about tiredness. Are you feeling tired or weary, my friend? If so, you are in the right place. God assures us that He never gets tired! As we draw nearer to our Savior, we will experience just how true this statement is!

“Surely you know. Surely you have heard. The Lord is the God who lives forever, who created all the world. He does not become tired or need to rest. No one can understand how great his wisdom is. He gives strength to those who are tired and more power to those who are weak. Even children become tired and need to rest, and young people trip and fall. But the people who trust the Lord will become strong again. They will rise up as an eagle in the sky; they will run and not need rest; they will walk and not become tired (Is. 40:27-31).”

God is never tired. This makes Him our perfect refuge! (Click to Tweet)

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I invite you to join us for our next study. For nine weeks, beginning on September 11, we will be enjoying bite-size portions of Matthew 4-7. This amazing section of Scripture, we will finally get to sit down and study at our own level. You can pick up your journal, over on Amazon. (Please Note: As an Amazon Affiliate, I receive a small earning from any purchases made using the link at no expense to you.)

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