Isaiah 40:31 – But they that wait on the LORD shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run, and not be weary; and they shall walk, and not faint.

Well my friends….. Isaiah in chapter 40 verse 28 reminds that God is the everlasting God that does not grow faint and weary. The Lord is strong enough to rescue —not only from the captives but also from the despondency. The Lord have unsearchable understanding and everlasting energy he graciously gives His power to the weak and down – trodden.

“renew their strength” – Very True, ….. our trust and Faith will renew our Strength. Yes, those that wait upon the Lord will eventually soar and run and walk. With new strength and energy, but it will happen in the Lord’s timing and through His giving of strength.

Isaiah 40:31 is a verse from the scripture that all of us must memorize.

What we generally follow in our life is we might be running through life with unique problems and getting extremely tired. We might find our self-walking through life’s experiences and adversities with much weariness. Most of us fit into this category, we have probably questioned what was wrong. It is a valid question that deserves an answer.

The book of Isaiah chapter 40 verse 31 in Bible is a verse of that is talking about strength and its attributes. It mentions renewing strength and gaining new strength. It mentions the strength of an eagle’s wings that lift it high above the earth. It mentions the strength necessary to run without becoming weary and the strength to walk without becoming faint. It’s all about strength. Specifically, it is about attributes of strength that we are in desperate need of in our lives.

We must do something first so that the strength in this verse should come to pass in our lives. The key offering in this verse is the word “wait”. Those who wait on the Lord get all the attributes of strength listed in this verse. 

So let us get into details with deeper meaning and strength They that have all aspects of their lives intertwined and bound together with the Lord, shall exchange their meager strength for the strength, they shall rise to meet challenges as if they had powerful wings like an eagle, they shall run through life and not be weary, they shall walk through problems and not faint.

Now you know that by weaving all the strands together, we must “wait” with Faith and Belief upon the Lord.

For His Glory