Seasons 

Over the summer I went on a mission trip and one of my leaders always talked about how life is in seasons and we have to be able to keep up even when the seasons change. I loved what was said but I never really understood exactly what she meant when she said that.
But boy do I now! With school and the change of classes and teachers I would always separate my academic year into seasons. But outside of my academic year I never saw my life as a series of seasons.
Until this year (what a grand year 2017!) This year I have gone through seasons of sadness, struggle, hurt, but also the fun ones, extreme joy, growth, and ease. With each season the Lord reveals a different side of who He is and each season is equally important.

As I started doing season hopping, I realized how easy it is to get all caught up in a specific season and forget to spend time with the one in charge of your season… Jesus Christ. This will wreck your season, guaranteed. The most important thing in life is to remember to seek Christ above all things. Whether you’re in the most stressful season of your life or the easiest, you need to intentionally seek Christ.

I have also started to value each season, even if at first it is not easy. I tend to enjoy the seasons of happiness and growth way…WAY more than the ones of sadness or grief. But the Lord has revealed to me this year that both seasons are equally important and one wouldn’t be as great, without the other.

With that being said, one of the hardest seasons for me is waiting. I am so impatient so this time is very hard for me.
Ironically, the season I struggle with is the one I’m in right now (actually not ironic at all… I asked for this). Right now I am waiting to see what my future holds. My family is going through some transitions and taking some new steps which could drastically change my situation. So I am playing the waiting game, all day, everyday… woo!
The first few weeks of my waiting season I was not happy and was not waiting very well. But i’m about a month in and can gladly say that I am okay with waiting. I am okay with handing all of my future into God’s hands and letting Him do with it as He pleases.

The God that is with me during this waiting season is the same God that was with me just a few months ago during a season of amazingly great joy. The same God that held my hand during seasons of bravery and never let go is the same God telling me to slow down and to be patient.
He has never let me down and He never will. So I will wait and wait well. I encourage you in whatever season you are in, to seek the Lord and see what goodness is in your season right here, right now.

XOXO, The Christian Prepster 

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2 thoughts on “Seasons 

  1. Thank you for sharing this. Waiting is not easy, day in, day out…I understand. It weighs heavy on every decision and every thought of the future. Things once taken for granted can not longer be taken for granted. Thank you are saying you are allowing God to carry you through whatever He has planned for you. We know HIS plans are better than ours – even when they seem uncertain and frightening to us.

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