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Daily Devotional: In Due Season

In Due Season

“I will give you rain in due season, and the land shall yield her increase and the trees of the field yield their fruit”

(Leviticus 26:4, AMP)

God has set up seasons in our lives. It’s easy to get frustrated when our dreams aren’t coming to pass on our timetable, but every season is not harvest season. There are plowing seasons. There are planting seasons. There are watering seasons. Sure, we would love for every season to be a time of increase left and right, good breaks here and there. But without the other seasons, we wouldn’t be prepared. For example, it’s during the plowing seasons that God brings issues to light that we need to deal with. He’s getting us prepared for promotion.

If you’re not making as much progress as you would like, the key is to not lose any ground. Don’t go backwards. Hold your position. Keep a good attitude and do the right thing even when it’s hard. When you do that, you are passing the test, and God promises that your due season of harvest is coming. Be encouraged because your appointed time of increase, favor and promotion is on its way, and He will fulfill every dream and desire He’s placed within your heart!

A PRAYER FOR TODAY

Father God, I bless You today. I thank You for preparing me for the blessing and promotion You have in my future. I surrender my heart, mind, will and emotions to You so that I can live as a testimony of Your work in my life in Jesus’ name. Amen.

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Posted on October 4, 2012, in Bible Verses, Quotes & More!. Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.

  1. strawberryletter22

    I SOOO needed this. Thank you! Just in time 😀 Feel free to check out my blog sometime

  2. Michelle James

    Thank you greatly for your daily devotional. Today’s devotion was direly need, personally. My spirits was lifted and I know if I start feeling lest than through out the day, I can always come back and read it again.

    Stay cute, stay curly, stay Blessed.

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