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Trust your Season

Updated: Jul 25, 2019

“Consider it nothing but joy, my brothers and sisters, whenever you fall into various trials. Be assured that the testing of your faith [through experience] produces endurance [leading to spiritual maturity, and inner peace]. And let endurance have its perfect result and do a thorough work, so that you may be perfect and completely developed [in your faith], lacking in nothing.” JAMES 1:2-4 AMP

Embrace each season; God designed it just for you!

When there are situations that may seem troubling, situations you may not understand or that are not quite going in your favor, embrace those seasons because that is exactly what they are considered. God has you in that particular season for a reason. Each season there is, it is to help you grow stronger.. deeper in your faith.. to help you develop into your destiny. It is also helping you walk in your purpose. However, there are levels to walking in your purpose through Christ. Each season is not going to be the same so embrace it; trust your season.

It’s human nature to get frustrated but get back on track. Don’t give up and do not stay in that place of frustration! You may not be able to physically see the outcome but TRUST! Stay the course and enjoy where God has you because something beautiful is going to come out of it. 

How amazing and beautiful it is that God designs our life individually. He loves us that much. When God says be still, do just that. It may seem silent in that particular season. You may think God isn’t up to something or listening to give you answers but He is. He is always working behind the scenes. Be positive about wherever you are even if you don’t want to be there. Don’t worry yourself about how it will play out. That’s what God will handle. Focus on the “why” and obey every Word He gives you to obey during this season. Trust Him and let Him be God. Be positive about the new things God will reveal to you..the new ideas.. the new dreams he will bring to pass.