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Trusting God in Uncomfortable Seasons

Updated: Jul 24, 2019






How are you responding to the uncomfortable season you’re in?

Are you moving around with no certain direction? Are your words negative? Are you giving God your all right now or giving Him a little just to get by?

How you respond to your uncomfortable season matters. Your attitude, your patience, actions and words matter. Your faith and your outlook matters. All of that is what moves God; not your tears, not your laziness, not your negative attitude. Get up and give God your all until He reveals why you’re there and where you’re going next. Then, continue to give him your all. Go after it instead of moping around.

We’re human, I get it. It’s natural to get frustrated but do not stay in that place. The enemy wants you to stay stagnant, he wants you to give up and lose faith because he knows there is power in Gods Word. He knows that God is faithful and he will try to send every distraction your way to deter the faith you have in God’s Word. The enemy comes to destroy and you can’t let him win.

You have to be intentional. You have got to dance in the rain. You’ve got to praise and worship even when you don’t understand your season. Your season is cultivating you. It’s preparing you for the manifestation that’s going to take place. If you can’t show patience and perseverance in the season now, how do you think God feels about bringing you out into the next season?

Change your attitude. Change your words. Change your mindset. Enjoy and embrace every season.

“Blessed [happy, spiritually prosperous, favored by God] is the man who is steadfast under trial and perseveres when tempted; for when he has passed the test and been approved, he will receive the [victor’s] crown of life which the Lord has promised to those who love Him.” JAMES 1:12 AMP

“Dear brothers and sisters, when troubles of any kind come your way, consider it an opportunity for great joy.” James 1:2 NLT