Change is one word that brings a lot of dread to people’s heart as it evokes a sense of uncertainty. Some people are victims of change, others are survivors of change. But however the case, everything undergoes change and nothing ever remains the same. Even as humans, we all have to face change at some point in our lives because we are in a constant state of transition and we’re continually being transported – whether instantly or gradually – into the new, the different, the unexpected, or the unfamiliar.
I was tremendously blessed beyond words with this piece written by Fola. So, I thought to share it with you so you can be blessed too. Fola, thanks for being a blessing.
Night – Darkness, Day – light. Summer – sunny days, Winter – cold and freezing days.
No, I’m not about to write on words and opposites but something very important about times and seasons. Seasons exist to teach us something. They are there as a reminder that change is ever constant. Nothing will remain as it is forever. Well, except God. Every season has its own significance and what it represents. Summer will ever be known for lovely sunny weather, ice creams and longer days. However, winter is just the exact opposite except you like eating ice cream whatever the season :).
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What do you do when the change you hope to see in your circumstance isn’t showing up, after all said and done? When it seems like you’ve done everything you know how to do and yet, it still seems like God is silent or absent.
Well, based on my personal experience of God and what he’s done for me, here’s my honest advice to you in just 3 words: “Keep trusting God!”
You know why? He never fails, never wavers on his promises or even disappoint. I’m very confident in God’s ability to show up, to rescue and deliver those who rely and trust in him.
In Hebrew, the word trust actually has a root meaning that implies ‘to lean on’, ‘to feel safe’ or ‘to be confident’. This invariably means that trusting God is leaning on God, feeling safe with God or putting confidence in God.
“…just keep on trusting God.”
I know that look you’re giving,
Like you’ve got something to prove
‘Cause I have walked for miles and miles
In that same pair of shoes
You refuse forgiveness
Like it’s something to be earned
Sometimes pain’s the only way that we can learn
Have you ever tried playing golf? Then you know that the slightest adjustment in your swing can mean the difference between slicing and shanking the ball and driving it perfectly down the green. And it’s the same in business — because what it comes down to is the fact that the smallest changes can yield the biggest results. Continue Reading
The story was told of Alexander Graham Bell, the man who invented the telephone. What is not so well known is that long before Bell’s world changing invention, a German school teacher by the name of Reis almost built the telephone.