Many people grow weary in the greatness of the way. It is possible for the outward man to become weary serving God while the inward man remains fervent (2 Corinthians 4:16). Weariness comes from our human nature, but fervency comes from the treasure within our earthen vessels (2 Corinthians 4:7).
Fervency speaks of four things: having an active, intense love through Christ; kindness that stretches out in grace; perseverance with a warm, glowing fire in our hearts; and being sensitive and thoughtful in our identification with mankind.
In 2 Corinthians 7:7, Paul made reference to a “fervent mind.” Christians are exhorted to have fervent hearts, in 1 Peter 1:22. Also, 1 Peter 4:8-10 tells believers to “have fervent charity,” to “use hospitality without grudging,” and to minister the same grace they have received “one to another.”
Think of this subject carefully. Because of the hour in which we live, it is vital for us as believers to be stirred up in Christ so that He might reign in our hearts.