• Cathy Dabney

Embrace The Changing Seasons

Embracing The Changing Seasons . . .

Life is the essence of changing seasons.  Just when we get comfortable with our career routines, relaxed in our relationships whether new & old, and an array of other every day life routines . . . we see  a sign indicating change is coming.

We must not be afraid of change, rather learn how to embrace it, as we learn to embrace the changing seasons of life the more smoother our lives will be.

Clarity always comes when you study the word.  God is the author and finisher of our lives.   I have come to the philosophy in life that there is no change  that we initially perceive as bad that God doesn’t somehow always turn to good. Oftentimes we are reluctant to embrace change since it causes us to stretch ourselves & to grow. 

Once we embrace change and expect the changing seasons we must also be confident knowing that we are evolving into a better person.

As believers we must know that when someone let’s go of our hand, God will ALWAYS have our back!  His word says he will never leave us nor forsake us. 

In an employment market that has not completely recovered, so many have experienced being thrust out of our comfort zone in our careers yet what I have found is that when ejected out of our comfort zone is when God brings out the best in us.  Oftentimes we found skills & qualities we never knew we had since we had never tapped into them before. 

Always remember:  If we’re growing, we’re always going to be out of our comfort zone. ~ John Maxwell

Reflecting on the death of a good friend - my husband and I have reflected on how beautiful his spirit was, how often we laughed, and all of the times we would fellowship together.  When experiencing the loss of a loved one change is excruciating painful. You see their name in your cell phone and realize they are no longer on this earth.  Rather an angel in heaven looking down on us. 

We are reminded that we are to cherish each moment we have with those we share our lives with, for we never know when God will call us to go home with Him. 

The same philosophy applies with relationships that you outgrow or choose to end.  Reflect on Kodak moments you shared during that season, hold tightly the lessons of wisdom that relationship brought you, and always desire Gods best for others. 

Though nothing can bring back the hour of splendor in the grass

Of glory in the flower

We will grieve not . . . Rather find strength in what remains behind ~W. Wordsworth

With OPEN Arms Embrace The Changing Seasons of Life!~


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