How to Beat Burnout and Regain Strength


Strength will rise!

Have you ever wished you had more time? Or that somehow, time will stop but you can still continue working to meet your deadlines? How do you keep up with the overwhelming demands of your day?
We live in a day and age where there are too many distractions. There’s just so much to do and oftentimes, we wish we had more time. We are often bombarded by responsibilities and tasks that require our immediate attention. As days go by, we start to feel sapped of energy most of the time and then before we know it, we are already burned out.
How do we regain our strength? The Bible assures us that though our heart and flesh may fail, still God is the strength of our heart. Yes, we may be burned out from time to time but God sustains us when we are weak. He is our strength and shield and He always helps us because He cares for us. He cares about even the tiniest detail of our day. It is God who arms us with strength and keeps our way secure. He satisfies us with good things so that our youth is renewed like the eagle’s. He longs to give us good things but even in bad times, God never let go. He patiently walks us through renewal and strengthening.
Therefore, let us fix our eyes on Jesus and acknowledge that in Him, we can do all things because He strengthens us. As we gaze into His beauty and majesty and become more aware of His presence, our hearts become filled with joy and it strengthens us. As we put Him first on our daily schedule and spend the best time of our day with Him, we get the assurance that all the other things concerning our day will be taken care of and added to us. Each day that I spend quality time with God and soak myself in His Word before anything else, are the days that I am most joyful, kind, peaceful and productive.
Philippians 4:13, Nehemiah 8:10, Psalm 46:1, Psalm 73:26, Psalm 28:7, 2 Samuel 22:33, Psalm 103:5, Matthew 6:33

7 thoughts on “How to Beat Burnout and Regain Strength

  1. Thanks for the post! It is a good reminder for me. Indeed, in those days, when I’m overburden with so many things to do and mostly – solving problems, I begin to loose peace and joy. It appears, that all those issue will devour you fully. But as soon as I take a break, meditate about God’s goodness, pray and worship Him – indeed, my strength regain. It’s just you start to realize that nothing in this life is more important than to stay with Him, and even if your world is broken, He is in control. He promised that everything works for good for me. I just need to believe in that. But you know – straight after you set up you mind on Him and believing in His word – you get a strength to move on.

    Thanks again for the reminder! Please, keep sharing your thoughts, looking forward for the next post.

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    • I’m glad to hear about yor testimony. Indeed, God wants us to stay in constant fellowship with Him because He loves us. Thank you for your thoughts. God bless you šŸ˜‡


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