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  1. I am so glad that I have a wonderful Father that will not grow tried or weary. That He keep me under His wings and give me rest. No one else can do this. He’s the apple of my eyes and the love of my life. I can not and will not live without Him. When we are together I and whole, loved, have peace, and have joy.

  2. What an essential reminder of God’s protection and loving providence! A perfect Scripture for today! Thank you so much! Blessings!

  3. Thank you! I have been struggling not with faith in God as much as faith in others , in relationships, in my abilities!
    Thank you again, I really needed this!

  4. Loved the scripture. It is soo awesome to think of a Heavenly father who won’t grow tired or weary of anything–even us mere humans asking the same things over and over!

  5. In my own strength, I can definitely grow weary, so thankful for all the times God renews my strength! He is the lifter of my wings! Isaiah 40:31 has long been a much loved favorite verse of mine.

  6. “Those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength”. I suffer from chronic fatigue syndrome and this scripture means so much to me especially the part where we are told those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength. I needed to be reminded of that today after another visit to the doctors. Thank you.

  7. That was the portion of scripture God gave me once when my severely asthmatic son had his worse to date attack. I still find a lot of God’s comfort in it. Chris never got to do a lot of running without fainting here. I love to picture him doing it all right to the soaring every day now. Maybe even with his grandpa.