Isaiah 40:31 ESV

But they who wait for the LORD shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings like eagles; they shall run and not be weary; they shall walk and not faint.

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Test Your Tiredness
Someone confided in me that she was feeling guilty. She said, Even though Im a Christian, I still get so tired! As I reviewed the Scriptures, I found that Gods people so&
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What does it mean to mount up with wings like eagles?
What does it mean to mount up with wings like eagles? What is the meaning of Isaiah 40:31? How does the Lord renew our strength?
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Results of Waiting
Now, even though what happened in the three days between chapters 4 and 5 is not recorded, don't think for a moment that God is whiling away His time, busy with other things. Remember, He may be invisible, but He is at work. That's the beauty of His invisibility.
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Strength in Waiting
When we are facing a difficult decision, the real key is learning to wait.
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Why do some Christians feel tired and stressed out all the time?
Some Christians can feel that being a follower of Jesus Christ is tiring, because it takes a lot of effort to abide by His rules.
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Battling the Unbelief of Impatience
Gods timing is never off the mark. He works grace and mercy for those who wait for him.
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Waiting On God- Isaiah 40:31 | How to Wait on God
Waiting On God- Isaiah 40:31 | How to Wait on God But those who wait upon God get fresh strength. They spread their wings and soar like eagles, They run and ...
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