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Galatians 6:9King James Version (KJV)

9 And let us not be weary in well doing: for in due season we shall reap, if we faint not.


How do you keep from fainting when everything is crashing in around you.
The bills are piling up, the money isn’t coming in, the phone calls have started, the notices are coming in the mail?

How do you keep from fainting when the doctor says there is no cure, there is nothing left he can do, there are no pills he can prescribe?

How do you keep from fainting when your child won’t listen, they chose their so called friends over family, they are staying out past curfew, and threatening to quit school ?

How do you keep from fainting when your spouse doesn’t love you, they have decided to move on, they no longer can stand the sight of you?

How do you keep from fainting when you have been praying for a spouse for years and you have to watch another wedding and pretend to be happy for the new couple?

How do you keep from fainting when it seems everyone’s prayers have been answered but yours?

A person faints when there is a lack of blood flow and oxygen to the brain.

The scripture says in time we WILL reap, not MIGHT reap, or MAYBE reap but in due time we WILL reap if we keep the blood of Jesus flowing through our body up to our brain so that we don’t faint!

We loose faith when our brain ( mind) tell us it’s hopeless, taking too long, never gonna happen, or this is impossible. We are loosing blood flow.

The Rx (precription) needed for this is praise and thanksgiving with your mouth.
Begin to say out loud what God has done for you.
Think back to how and when he made a way out of no way. This increases blood flow!

This pushes blood from the heart up to the brain. This simple action will keep you from fainting.! It will revive you, refresh you, give you the much needed energy to make it through the day.

And that my friend is a prescription that will never expire.