No matter what season you are in … be ready to make adjustments because no season lasts forever. When your mind is prepared for changes, your body doesn’t resist. Every thing first starts with a thought.
Our minds will ALWAYS BELIEVE EVERYTHING WE TELL IT.
When bad stuff happens to us as they often do – don’t think that you are bad.
Jesus saw a man who had been blind since birth. His disciples asked Him, “Rabbi, who sinned, this man or his parents?” Jesus replied, “Neither this man or his parents sinned, but this happened that the WORKS OF GOD MIGHT BE DISPLAYED IN HIM.”
We all have our favorite season, but we will miss a lot of great lessons if we reluctantly move on. God always has something bigger and better waiting for us in the many seasons of life. God is a God of Purpose.
So much of our true personalities are formed during our most dreaded season.
When Joseph was thrown into the pit, it didn’t change God’s plan for him. God’s plans do NOT change because our seasons change. Joseph went from the bottom of the pit … to behind the prison’s bars …. to chief executive of the palace. Much to be admired in Joseph, no doubt.
I wonder how well I would have scored in that test. Makes me feel too embrassed to honestly answer. Pit seasons are not comfortable to be in. Prison seasons leave you bitter and angry with the world. No pit >>>> No prison >>>>> NO palace.
“There”s a right time for everything, and everything on earth will happen at the right time.”
There is a time to be born, and a time to die.
A time to cry, and a time to laugh.
There is a time to be sad, and time to dance with joy.
There is a time to look for something, and a time to consider it lost.
A time to speak, and a time to remain silent.
Our God does EVERYTHING at just the right time. No one can add anything or take away from God’s plans. WHATEVER HAS HAPPENED IN THE PAST HAS HAPPENED. WHATEVER WILL HAPPEN IN THE FUTURE WILL HAPPEN.
God is ALWAYS ON TIME.
What looks like a thousand years is only one day in God’s sight. Let’s hold hands and encourage each other during our seasons’ change. Life is tough, but so are we.