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Be with Contentment

For every season, it must be where we develop and learn. But we have to decide whether to be planted in the ground and grow through the process. When you begin to blossom and bloom, the nutrients gather from your growth will serve to plant you in the next stage of life. He firmly plants you in the rich soil, to grow you into your destiny. God loves to see His children blossom.

It is not in His demeanor to keep you in darkness. Be patient to allow God to water your spirit. In the process, God is increasing your patience. He is always patient with us, watching over how we grow. Although, we don’t like to be hidden, He cannot accelerate your growth, otherwise you’ll miss out on the proper nutrients. You’ll miss out on wisdom, truth, skills, and humility throughout development. They are essential for the next season you will go through.

Besides, this is your testimony. You want others to know how you got through it. God grows you through it. When you overcome one challenge, the reward is greater. Know that with greatness comes greater responsibility. And God doesn’t give us more than we can handle.


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9 thoughts on “Be with Contentment”

  1. Well done Tiffany! I used to garden all the time and I learned a lot about how God grows us and patience needed as a gardener. Things never grow from the top down, but from bottom up. A lot of people want to be at the top but don’t have the patience to go through the growing process, and it’s all needful. The rainy days in our lives are necessary for proper growth, same as in a garden. Can’t always have sunny days or we would wither from drying out. Great post! I hope you have a wonderful day!😃😺

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    1. Thank you. I agree. God grows us for every eventful season to come. It’s all apart of preparation. And He knows we will struggle, but in the struggles we learn to rely on our faith. Faith carries us through.

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      1. Very true Tiffany, God knows exactly what we will need and He helps to grow our faith in Him so we can go through anything that comes our way. Our faith would never grow if we never had troubles. Enjoy your evening.

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  2. It is my joy to see young people join the battle field of the Lord’s. Did you also know that your reference to “every season” is also referred to as “the wilderness”. God takes all those who join his army through seasons and/or the wilderness. We should not curse it, but embrace it with Jesus’ fortitude, love, endurance, steadfastness and promised reward. For we can do all things through Christ who strengthens us. Amen. p.s. Thanks for your ‘like’ on a comment I made on another’s blog. Peace!

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    1. Thanks for coming over here and reading. Wonderful comment.
      Yes I am familiar with the wilderness. Jesus was a great model of how to go through the wilderness and still hold steadfast to His faith in God. It was His faith that carried Him through the difficulty, knowing God would bring Him out.
      But it was because of the wilderness Jesus was able to complete His assignment. He knew the pain would be temporarily, but the reward was for the greater good of humanity and to sit in the Lords kingdom.

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