Fall Season Reflections
I have loved you every breath of your life. Before you were conceived, I knew you and saw all your days before the first dawn. I created a perfect plan for your beautiful life; your unique design is carefully crafted to display my greater glory within this anointed generation.
Have you returned home? Taste and see that my presence and power, my protection and provision are good. You are my people, and I am your God. I sent my Anointed Messiah to die in your place, and he has overcome the power of the grave. We have so much to accomplish together in this age as well as the age to come. Take the next step on your life journey by faith with me as your Salvation King, Destiny Potter, and Journey Navigator.
The seasons are changing once again, my sons and daughters. Summer revivals are fading as autumn reaches across your lands with falling leaves. I am making careful preparations of the world to rest again and embrace my unfailing promises. It’s time to dance and sing, to laugh and tell stories, to gather and seal the sown stones, to bring in the cultivated fruit harvest, to heal and to mend, to become silent and rest in peace. Watch and see: Fall reflects my glory.
+ Fall Reflection Questions +
Each season of life in creation is unique and distinct: spring is refreshment, summer is revival, fall is reflection, and winter is rest. Prayerfully consider the following questions with your family and mission team:
- What stands out from my experiences this summer?
- Whom has the Lord brought into my life recently?
- How can we continue to grow spiritually together in community this Fall?
- What is the Lord revealing about myself that I need to focus on and better understand?
- What is one next step I need to take by faith to strengthen and deepen my daily walk with God?
+ Fall Season Prayer +
Beautiful Seasons > “God has made everything beautiful in its time. He has also set eternity in the human heart; yet, no one can fathom what he has done from beginning to end. I know that there is nothing better for people than to be happy and to do good while they live. That each of them may eat and drink, and find satisfaction in their toil – this is the gift of God.” (Ecclesiastes 3:11-13)
You are good, Heavenly Father, you are so wonderfully good. We reflect upon your deliverance from many painful trials. We remember your faithful presence through defeats and victories, valleys and summits, bitterness and boldness, agony and awakening. We are yours, and we fully surrender to your sovereign plans for us. Amen.
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