What does it mean they shall run and not be weary?
1 Peter 2:16 describes “servants of God” (Θεοῦ δοῦλοι, Theou douloi) being free to act within the bounds of God’s will. Following usage conventions established in the King James Bible, the word “servant” is never capitalized or used as a title of nobility. (“The servant is not greater than his lord.”)
You can make it, in fact you will excel as your strength is renewed day by day. The Lord is saying that it is time for Him to renew your strength. If you are weary and ready to faint in isolation during this pandemic, the LORD wants to renew your strength. Those who wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength.
What does it mean to wait on the LORD and renew your strength?
The Good News: God knows when to step in to help. Trust in Him to know when our strength alone may not be enough. He will come through for us. “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.”
Renew Your Strength
*Waiting on God helps us to focus on the purpose and direction for our life according to God’s will. It’s important to take time to be still before God, falling deeply into Him, so we confidently know God’s will as we live out our daily lives.
What does Isaiah 40 and 31 mean?
Isaiah 40:31. Feeling exhausted, not sure whether to sit, stand, walk or run. Crammed schedules, never-ending responsibilities and attempting to multitask it all in an effort to be more efficient yet in the process ending up emotionally and physically fatigued.