Do you work out? I didn’t ask if you’ve ever worked out. I’m asking if you work out on a consistent basis. If you’ve ever started a workout regimen, and didn’t stick with it, then I’m sure you understand what I’m saying. To get the results you desire from exercising, you must be consistent. You can’t just go to the gym whenever it’s convenient, or eat healthy one or two days a week and spend the balance of the week eating junk food. If you want to get something out of your exercise program then you must put something into it by being consistent. The same is true in your spiritual life. You wonder why God doesn’t seem to hear you when you pray, your faith seems weak, your prayers seem powerless, and so does your life. How often are you feeding your spirit? How much time do you spend in prayer and reading God’s Word? Read what Apostle Paul wrote to the Church at Philippi: “What I’m getting at, friends, is that you should simply keep on doing what you’ve done from the beginning. When I was living among you, you lived in responsive obedience. Now that I’m separated from you, keep it up. Better yet, redouble your efforts. Be energetic in your life of salvation, reverent and sensitive before God. That energy is God’s energy, an energy deep within you, God himself willing and working at what will give him the most pleasure” (Philippians 2:12-13, The Message). Want to get the most out of your relationship and fellowship with God? Be consistent in the time you spend with Him. Pray and study His Word daily, and you’ll keep your spiritual muscles built up so your life is filled with faith, power, and victory.