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Psalm 91:1 is a place of protection, peace and love. Explore the benefits of the Secret Place
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If you examine your life right now, what season would you say you are currently experiencing? Are you in a dry season, waiting-for-something season, grinding season, tests-and-trials-at-nearly-every-turn season, or spiritual warfare season? The list could go on and on. Maybe you’re in a happy season and all is well. Sometimes it’s difficult recognizing the season we’re in and it can be even more difficult knowing how to live fully in Christ during it. In a natural sense, we know that seasons change. There’s winter, spring, summer and fall. Just like the natural seasons change, so do the spiritual seasons in our lives. The Bible tells us in Ecclesiastes 3:1, “For everything there is a season.” It also tells us in Ecclesiastes 3:11, “[God] has made everything beautiful in its time.” The first step to flourishing in any spiritual season is recognizing which one you’re in. Once you recognize the season you are in, you will learn how to flourish and not resist, whether it is good or bad. You can’t take an old season into a new season; it will cause contamination. There is a process one must go through in a season in order to get to their new season. There is a lesson to learn when going through a season. It is up to the individual on rather or not he/she will pass or fail the test. Learning how to flourish in the season will cause you to grow wiser and stronger preparing you for a Season of Change!
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This devotional is designed so that you might understand the basics of faith as determined from the precepts of the Bible. By understanding faith and what Christ has done for you, you will be able to hear His call and put into action real, effective Christian growth and action, by faith, for His Glory and Kingdom! In ministry, there will be times of stress, uncertainty, and failure. We will be tired, tried, tested and go through setbacks, difficulties, and suffering. We need to understand faith in a real, heartfelt way so we can keep our eyes focused upon our Lord. Faith will become even stronger and better through the afflictions we face. Faith must not be just an idea or a plan; it must be a reality. It must be working in you before you can be effectively used by our Lord. Faith is so vital to the Christian life, that scripture tells us without it, it is impossible to please God (Hebrews 11:6). Yet faith is such a powerful gift from God (Ephesians 2:8–9) Christ told His disciples, “with just a tiny measure of it, the size of a mustard seed,” they could move mountains. So, what does it mean to have a “mustard seed faith?”