Galatians 6:9 says” And let us not grow weary of doing good, for in due season we will reap, if we do not give up.
What does due season means? Well for one it doesn’t mean on our time that is for sure. Due season is in its own proper season, God’s own time. So when God says the time has come for you and I then and only then will we reap but until then we have to wait on God.
The problem that many of us as a Christian have is that we don’t know how to wait on the Lord and it causes us to grow weary, for the seed sown shall spring up again. The bread that is cast on the waters will be found after many days.
Which will be the harvest time, the reaping time, the time of enjoying eternal life:
If we faint not; but continue to the end, persevere constantly in doing acts of beneficence, and patiently wait, as the husbandman does, for the precious fruits of the earth; for there must be a distance of time between sowing and reaping; men must not expect to reap as soon as they sow; and therefore should not be weary of sowing, nor impatient in waiting, though they do not see as yet the appearance of the fruits thereof; for in their season they will be seen and enjoyed.
When God’s children become weary we do silly and stupid things, we go on our own and try to make things happen we listen to others who have no insight to God’s Will for us. We even at times pretend that God has told us something different, all because we don’t like waiting. Look at the life of a farmer would you, each year he plants his seeds into the grown do you ever see the farmer the next day waiting for the harvest to come up? NO, because the farmer knows that in due season he will reap what he has sown. So in the mean time the farmer continues doing other things for his family until his harvest comes in.
Talk about patience, maybe this is why many of us aren’t farmers because we haven’t learned the art of waiting, But one thing is for sure God will teach you and I how to wait.