Everything happens in seasons.
I remember there was a season of my life that I had three children playing in Morada Little League simultaneously. The most sensational little league ever in my opinion, but not two of them on the same team. Two boys and my daughter played softball. The home field was just around the block from our home. But softball travelled much so my daughter’s games were all over the place. I remember I would begin to mentally prepare for the schedule and time demand of the
A year ago in late spring the Lord told me He wanted me to go to Israel with a trip my pastor was planning. The deposit was due by August 2018. Because my husband would be going also the deposit would of course be double. $1,000 by August that I didn’t have. But that’s not stopped God before. I remember the Lord telling me that it didn’t matter what my bank account looked like, pay the deposit no matter what, even if it left me with pennies in my account.
None of Jobs friends really understood what Job was going through. They had no personal experience the same as his. Though they cared about him, they failed to know how to properly care for him. So they had to idly sit by and watch him.
“Have no fear of sudden disaster or of the ruin that overtakes the wicked, for the Lord will be at your side and will keep your foot from being snared.” Proverbs 3:25-26
Job had a story in the Bible like none other. Despite his long
Unconventional-not bound by or confirming to convention, rule, or precedent.
Let this word be used to describe you. And please, oh please, take it as a compliment!
I am learning more and more that some of the hardest things we go through—the toughest things that happen to us, are measured with and hinge upon something glorious we haven’t yet tread upon. They are, in fact, the catalyst to an open door to future blessing.
Let the fire you go through fan the Fire within you.
It may feel as though you have been