Patience: A Virtue to be Exhibited! Part Four.
“And endurance produces character, and character produces hope.” Romans 5:4
Patience is vital to any journey of success. It allows for careful and informed decision-making, a sense of accomplishment, and the ability to be persistent and stay the course even when things get tough. Cutting corners is never an option if you want to achieve lasting success – it’s simply not worth it in the long run. Being patient may not be easy, but it’s always the best and most ethical way to reach your goals.
As a farmer patiently waits for his crops to grow, he is committed to the success of his farm. His commitment to the success of his farm had paid off. The yield from his farm was greater than ever before. He was able to provide for his family and sell the surplus to many. His patience and commitment led to success. Similarly, you should be committed to the success of your business. Don’t get discouraged if you encounter obstacles along the way. Instead, choose to persevere with faith, and you will work your way out of those obstacles in Jesus’ name. Amen.
“It is good that one should wait quietly for the salvation of the Lord.” Lamentations 3:26
Patience with hope is the key to the household of faith and harvest of wealth for those who don’t give up in their pursuit of God’s will. People with an attitude toward patients understand that there is always a light at the end of the tunnel. Though it’s not always easy to get through such a phase of exhausting hours, it is worth trying. It’s okay to feel discouraged sometimes. It is okay to have doubts about your abilities or even your faith. However, that should not stop you from pursuing your dreams.
Success due to a high degree of patience is a smart strategy to adopt. Success is a combination of many failed efforts. In order words, failure is part of the steps you have to place your legs on before you get to success. But the successful man never gives up when he steps on failure or faces any Herculean challenge. Even if he gave up in the end, he ensured that he fought the good fight, finished the race, and kept his faith. So, before you quit, give patience a try; you will be surprised it will lead you to a commitment that will open the door to great achievement. Amen. Luke 21:19 says, “By your endurance, you will gain your lives.” Amen.
Colossians 1:11; May you be strengthened with all power, according to God’s glorious might, for all endurance and patience with joy in Jesus’ name. Amen