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Galatians 6:9 – Meaning of let us not be weary in well doing

let us not be weary in well doing
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let us not be weary in well doing. ” This is a phrase that many Christians know, but few put into practice. In Today’s study, we want to teach what this expression is about and how we can apply it in our lives. We must not fail to show that God’s love is in us, regardless of the circumstances.

 

let us not be weary in doing good.

Paul asks the Galatian Christians to convince themselves, once again, that trusting in their flesh in this life will only lead to corruption. Confidence in our own power only leads to decay and death.

That is true whether we trust in human effort to save us by following the rituals and sacraments of the law or by following our own selfish and sinful desires.

Salvation comes only by “planting” the Spirit. Through faith in Christ for the forgiveness of our sins, God gives us his own Spirit. Only that Spirit will deliver eternal life in the end (Galatians 6:6–8). We must share this truth and motivate the unconverted to be aware of and bearers of this privilege as well.

Paul urges the Galatians not to tire of doing good. This is hard work, especially if someone starts to doubt if it’s important. Paul urges the Galatians to continue to live in a consistent way with what they believe.

They are free people in Christ, and the Spirit of God is with them. Eventually, the harvest of eternal life will arise, and they will see it for themselves.

In a more immediate sense, the good works that the Galatians are doing in the power of the Spirit will also bear fruit. God will often allow his people to see how he does good things both in this life and in life, and he wants us to be imitators.

weeping may endure for a night

How should Christians act?

Galatians 6:1–10 focuses on how those in Christ are to treat one another through the power of God’s Spirit. We should restore those caught in sin with gentleness and humility and help others bear their burdens. Christians must be honest about what God is doing through us.

We need to take responsibility for what has been entrusted to us. Because eternal life comes from planting the Spirit of God by faith in Christ and not by the works of the flesh, we must keep doing good. The harvest will be shown at the end.

Paul concludes the letter by writing in large letters that circumcision means nothing. Only the fact of becoming a new creation through faith in Christ is important.

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How can we do good?

Most Christians forget what God has commanded us to do. One of the main commandments goes out of our minds; “Love your neighbor as you love yourself.” Maybe we know this word, don’t know how to apply it, or just don’t want to. Brothers, do not get tired of doing good, for nothing in the world. Here we will show you just a few of the ways you can fulfill this mandate:

Help the needy

We think it is enough to say, “God bless you.” Many times we see the brother in need, and we simply say, “God will provide“, leaving him alone with his problem or need. We do not realize that our Lord wants to use us as an instrument to manifest Himself in that person’s life.

Brother, when you see that someone is going through a difficult situation, don’t just tell him “God is good” or “God will help you” help him, make that person see Jesus through you. Show him that Christianity is not just a social organization and that the legacy of Christ lives on in all who follow him.

I always remember a pastor’s testimony: he said that once, the brothers of the church proposed to go and take the message to the hospitals, and indeed they did. However, they came back a little disturbed because NOBODY wanted to stay and listen. They didn’t understand why.

This servant of God dedicated an entire service to talking about this. The preaching was based on teaching that it is not only the fact of carrying the message but the way it is carried. As we mentioned before, people have to see a difference in us, something that tells them that Christ is truly good and is willing to help them.

Then the pastor said, “Brothers, what is it going to be causing to listen to a message to some people who are perhaps hungry?” “Maybe they didn’t have money to eat because they spent everything on medicine.” “I propose something to you: make 200 arepas as best you can and take them”, “also propose to help them with their relatives,” you will see that the results change.

They all accepted and did what the pastor told them, and sure enough, the results changed. Even more, people were in church the following Sunday, people who trusted in what Christ could do in their lives. This shows that love can achieve great things, and God knows it. For this reason, I place it first among the commandments “Love” God and “Love your neighbor.”

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Pray for your neighbor

There is nothing more powerful than prayer. God says in Jeremiah 33:3, “Call to me, and I will answer you.” He also tells us that he will show us beautiful things that we do not know. This also has to do with helping others. When we are going through a difficult situation, we cry out to God, right? We must do the same for our brother.

It is necessary that we pray to God for our brother and do so with as much fervor as we would if it were a request of our own. Let us remember that faith can move mountains, and our Lord can work in an incredible way only that He wants us to give him his place in our lives, to show him that we understand that we are nothing without his help.

Yes, your prayer can heal that person’s family member. Your prayer can heal an alcoholic. Through your request, wonderful things can happen. But beware! It is necessary to understand that it is not you who is doing the work, but God. Many people boast otherwise, and that is distasteful in the eyes of the Almighty.

Brother, let us not be weary in well doing. Sometimes many things can happen in our lives that can distract us from our mission; a friend who stabs us in the back, someone who mocks our devotion to God after we get out of trouble with him. However, we must understand that even if no one sees our actions, God sees them, and that is enough.