Do you ever feel like giving up and throwing in the towel? Has a whirlwind of emotions convinced you to abandon your dreams, a marriage, God or even your own life? Before you make any decisions, let’s take a moment to breathe and refresh.
Every person experiences an undesirable season in life – grief, depression, frustration, shame, loss, addiction or an unexpected tragedy. If left unattended, these seasons can steal your joy, harden your heart and leave you barren of faith. However, with the power of God, they can also provide opportunities for supernatural victory!
If you are ready for a season change, here are some tools that may help you…
Keep your heart towards God
Seasons of life test spiritual maturity. You can strengthen your faith by focusing on the promises of God written in His Word. This can be extremely difficult to do while experiencing the disappointments and distractions of life. But doing so will empower you to break free from hopelessness. His Word gives inspiration for the future. God loves you. Talk to Him about your pain and allow Him to replace it with a joy and peace that only He can provide. In the midst of a winter, God will prepare you for your spring.
I waited patiently for the Lord; and he inclined unto me, and heard my cry.
He brought me up also out of an horrible pit,
out of the miry clay, and set my feet upon a rock, and established my goings.
And he hath put a new song in my mouth, even praise unto our God:
many shall see it, and fear, and shall trust in the Lord. – Psalm 40:1-3
Be patient and believe
Tribulation is temporary. Your present circumstance is not your final season. Continue building intimacy with God in prayer. Believe God has taken care of all your adversaries and infirmities. Take refuge and find comfort in Him. Take time to rest and quiet your spirit. The manifestation of your destiny is worth waiting for. Your words, actions and reactions may seem justified, but find out what God has for you. This knowledge is imperative for strength and endurance in any season.
Never apply a permanent solution to a temporary problem –
Make decisions based on purpose instead of on the pressures of life
– Dr. Myles Munroe
Look ahead and dream BIG
Even in darkness, envision yourself in a new season! Believe the best for your life! Creating a dream board is a great way to visualize your future success. Avoid rehearsing past regrets and reliving painful events. Forgive others and forgive yourself to maintain clear vision. Bitterness impairs your ability to see ahead. The Word of God will encourage you and build up your dreams. It is a constant reminder that your future is greater than anything you have already experienced!
Brothers and sisters, I myself don’t think I’ve reached it,
but I do this one thing:
I forget about the things behind me
and reach out for the things ahead of me.
– Philippians 3:13 (Common English Bible)
Do not give up!
Friend, God has a purpose for your life. He needs you to continue on the journey with Him. Keep going towards God. He will reveal your destiny and bring it to pass. With Him, you will overcome the impossible. No person, present situation or past mistake can stop you from your power season!
And let us not be weary in well doing:
for in due season we shall reap, if we faint not. – Galatians 6:9
10 thoughts on “Your Power Season”
Great post of encouragement! Love you!
Thank you for your love and support!
Thank you for an inspiring and encouraging post, Akilah!
Thank you for stopping by! 🙂 Our season of power is here!
You know it Akilah, taking back stolen ground by leaps and bounds!!! Amen and Amen!
Very encouraging post, Akilah! Thank you for sharing it…
Thank you for your comments, Steve! I am so glad to hear when others are impacted. Be Blessed!
You are welcome and thank you for your visits here! May God love and keep you.
Love this Akilah! So glad you dropped by my blog because now I found yours…and it’s so encouraging to read and so beautifully grounded in Scriptural truths.
Thank you for your kind words! Your blog touched my heart with your eloquent style and openness. Grief is only for a season. Thank you for encouraging us through it!