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                  Hast thou not known?


                             Isaiah 40: 28 - 31

    Hast thou not known? 

    Hast thou not heard,

    that the everlasting God,

    the Lord,

    the Creator of the ends of the earth,

    fainteth not, 

    neither is weary? 

    There is no searching of his understanding.

    He giveth power to the faint;

    and to them that have no might he increaseth strength.

    Even the youths shall faint and be weary, 

    and the young men shall utterly fall:

    But they that wait upon the Lord

    shall renew their strength;

    they shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run, 

    and not be weary;

    they shall walk,

    and not faint.

    Special note in

             "They That Wait Upon The Lord

                 Shall Renew Their Strength".

    To wait on the Lord is to trust Him fully with our lives. It involves looking to Him as our source of help and grace in time of need (Ps.25:3-5; 27:14; Luke 2:25, 38).

    Those who wait upon the Lord are promised:

     (1) the strength of God to revive them in the midst of exhaustion and weakness, of suffering and trial;

     (2) the ability to rise above their difficulties as an eagle that soars into the sky; and

    (3) the ability to run spiritually without tiring and to walk steadily forward without fainting at God's delays.

    God promises that if His people will patiently trust Him, He will provide whatever is needed to sustain them constantly (1 Pet. 1:5).