Contributed by Clay Gentry on Aug 5, 2013
Christians battle against the weariness associated with doing good. Today, more than ever the church needs Paul's exhortation, “do not grow weary in doing good” (2 Thessalonians 3:13). In this lesson we'll explore the different avenues of this teaching.
The worst enemy of enthusiasm is weariness. That tired feeling that results from having run out of strength, patience, and endurance. All of us have been there. We decide to start something great and wonderful, and then in the matter of a few days, or weeks, or months we are tired of it. What once