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Summary: This sermon encourages every child of God to ride out the storm; no matter how bad things may get.

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Introduction: A good friend of mine who's gone home to glory use to say before every storm; I ain't leaving, I am going to ride it out. The Apostle is warning us that fatigue will factor into all of our lives. But he encourages us not to become weary with well doing. In other words; he is telling us to ride it out.

I. The Proclamation (not grow weary)

II. The Plurality (Let us)

III. The Particularity (well doing)

IV. The Providence (Due season)

V. The Promise (shall reap)

VI. The Premise (If ye faint not)

VII. The Persistence (ride it out)

Conclusion: Don't let nothing prevent you from reaping in due time.


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