Your Season

Posted: May 24, 2012 in Uncategorized

And he shall be like a tree planted by the rivers of water, that bringeth forth his fruit in his season;his leaf also shall not wither;and whatsoever he doeth shall prosper. (Psalm 1:3)

Its the time of year that we are heading into a new season. One fact remains constant in changing of seasons, that is seasons do change. Even if we are not ready for change or don’t like change the fact remains the same “seasons do change”. People who have problems with change, have problems with life. Why, because life is a constant changing of seasons, and if you chose to grow you must change with the seasons of life.

One season in life we all must go through is “your season”, how will you know its “your season” the evidence of “your season” consist of:

1) becoming like a tree planted by rivers of water meaning you have come to a place where you’re not shaking by things around you.

2) you will produce fruit in this season:meaning an outward showing of what’s on the inside, people will see the seeds of greatness within you because they will produce fruit over and over again.

3) what ever you do will prosper:meaning God place the seeds of greatness within you and now he will prosper those seeds to produce fruit over and over again. In this place you will just bare the fruit without great effort, why because the seeds were already there now they will bloom with greatness.

Make this one of your goals in life, I must get to “my season” this is where I will experience not being moved, producing fruit, and prospering in whatever I do…

Pastor G

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