For Immediate Release
July 31, 2010
President & CEO
(BPRW) A Reason for the Season
As a Christian, many times we forget to honor and give God the glory when everything is going well in our lives. We worry the most in times of triumph and often lose faith when things don’t happen at our particular speed. And just when we think that things can’t get worse, they do. God has the final say so in our lives.
The good news is that trouble doesn’t last always, and God will never forsake us. God sees everything. He does not want any of His children to suffer. However, God wants to teach His children lessons.
One common lesson that God tends to teach His children is patience. Being patient comes from understanding that God will provide at the right time. Learning that everything will not happen when you want it to happen is the most challenging part. God knows what’s best for His children. Remember that before God blesses He teaches lessons. Prior to receiving His wonderful glories, God must prepare His children.
Everyone has his/her season; some are fruitful and prosperous while others are not. No matter what season in life you are going through you must remember to place God first. God has a plan for everyone. He simply wants to take control of your life. But will you let Him? Will you let Him work everything out according to His ways? Will you give God the glory and the praise in the midst of it all?
God doesn’t need our help to solve problems; we need His help.
In times of trouble remember that Psalms 30:5 states, “Weeping may endure for a night but joy cometh in the morning light.”
Hold on, God will provide!
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