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Understanding of seasons (Part 2)

           it is very simple to let ourselves get caught up in the trap of moaning instead of appreciating all of our blessings. Let it be a reminder to be grateful and mindful of the blessings in life whenever we find ourselves griping about the changing of the seasons or the everyday weather. Let it serve as a reminder that God is active in all circumstances, but particularly during the stages of our lives! He remains dependable in all circumstances.

Along with its showers, springtime brings fresh beauty.

Summertime brings heat, humidity, and thunderstorms. It also brings warmth and sunshine.

Fall is a season of colour and coolness, a "falling away."

Winter may enclose us, but it also brings tranquillity and rest.

 *Indications that God is getting you ready for a new season:

This question is crucial, especially if you are obedient to God's word and follow his statutes and commandments. However, in order to determine whether God is preparing you for a new season, you must first consider the signs around you.

Here are some warning signs that God is preparing you for a new season in your life:

1. Increase in hardships.

When you are about to change levels and enter a new season, your faith will be put to the test. There will be bumps in the road that will shake you up. When faced with adversity, you must have unwavering faith in God.

2. The doors are shut.

When doors begin to close or open, it may indicate a change in seasons for you. It could be from bad to good or vice versa. You should be getting ready to battle your way out if you go from good to bad.

When you consistently miss opportunities, you should be aware that a season change for the worse is on the way. On the other hand, if you start getting unexpected opportunities, you should know you've entered a good season.


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