Your Sunday Will Come

If you’re tired or your heart is heavy and overwhelmed, what do you do? Do you feel like letting go? Have you no strength or courage to carry on?

God does not need our strength; He knows we are weak, and that is why His strength is made perfect in our weakness.

Don’t throw in the towel.

Just hold on; don’t let go.

Your "Sunday" will come.

I’m not trying to sound like a motivational speaker. I’m here to remind you that it’s okay to feel the way you do. and that you’re not the only one who feels that way too.

Yes, it's okay to be discouraged, but you shouldn’t give up because you’re discouraged. You might be surprised to discover just how close you are to seeing your name in lights. Don’t forget that the darkest hour is just before dawn. You could be on the brink of something big. 

We all have our dark moments. But morning will always come just as night surrenders its power to the sun. Even Jesus Christ, the Son of God, felt the same. as seen in the book of Mark 14:34. Christ’s heart was extremely sorrowful and heavy. He prayed that, if it were possible, the hour might pass.

An angel appeared from heaven to strengthen him, but He was still in such agony that He prayed more earnestly, and His sweat was as if it were great drops of blood falling to the ground. Words alone could not measure or interpret His period of anguish. He felt the pain so much that He wished the cup would pass over him.

On the cross, He said, “It’s finished.” It sounds like a word from someone who has completely given up. It certainly looks like the end. It looked like it was over.

Nevertheless, it was a declaration of faith because whatever God starts, He will surely finish. He had complete trust and confidence in His father that He would finish what He started.

However, when it was Sunday, even the tomb could not hold Him down. The forces of darkness could not hold Him down. The stone that was used as a seal could not stop him. He defeated the power of death.

What looks like the end is only the beginning.
Don’t allow those negative thoughts to rob you of God’s plan.

He’s called the author and finisher of our faith.
No matter how dark it may look, no matter how long it’s been, no matter how lonely or rough the journey is, if you keep your faith alive, Sunday will surely come.

So keep believing. Keep hoping and continue fighting. Keep your heart too and don’t lose yourself. Always te member that even after the darkest nights, your morning will eventually come.

Celebrate each new day with new expectations.

You may not see how it will happen, but this I know: Your "Sunday" will surely come.


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