Sunday, February 9, 2014

Sunday Reflections: Be Not Weary

I have been so tired lately. Physically, my back is killing me and I don't sleep enough. I am trying to earn enough to make a living, or at least just survive and pay for basic living expenses. It can be so daunting, the world is in turmoil. Despite all this, I read a scripture this morning that gives me comfort and hope.

29 Wherefore, as ye are agents, ye are on the Lord’s errand; and whatever ye do according to the will of the Lord is the Lord’s business.
 30 And he hath set you to provide for his saints in these last days, that they may obtain an ainheritance in the land of Zion.
 31 And behold, I, the Lord, declare unto you, and my awords are sure and shall not bfail, that they shall obtain it.
 32 But all things must come to pass in their time.
 33 Wherefore, be not aweary in bwell-doing, for ye are laying the foundation of a great work. And out of csmall things proceedeth that which is great.
D&C 64:29-33
Whatever it is you're struggling with, know this, if you are doing your very best and you're feeling worn out, the Lord is there to lift you up.


  1. This was a good post Mason as we are all weary i think these days.

    1. It's so true, I can see it in the lives of friends and family. We live in stressful times and my generation is faced with a lot! I recently realized just how broke I am and it can be depressing. But I know my life on this earth is short and if I trust in the Lord and take a step of faith then He will take care of my family and me.

      I hope all is well John, God bless you!

    2. I just read your post to my wife and she nodded and was in agreement with what you were saying and while am not as religious as she is with both felt a little better from reading your comments. Life is hard but it is worth living no matter what comes along so thanks for this today Mason and God Bless you and your family my friend. : )

    3. Thanks for that John! I'm glad this brought some comfort and goodwill to you and your wonderful wife. I love follow your blog, it brings me joy as helps me forget the world for a bit and remenice on my childhood. Thank you John and God bless you and your lovely wife!