Reflect, and Be Hopeful
We are now in the “Ember” months, which often signifies the beginning of the end of the year. These are times to reflect on how the previous months have been, what have you been able to accomplish so far?
In our world where everything seems to be constantly changing, many Christians sometimes feel very uneasy. With the Fact of holding beliefs and adopt living a Christ-Centered life, how does one apply them into today's world?
We are now in the “Ember” months, which often signifies the beginning of the end of the year.
These are times to reflect on how the previous months have been, what have you been able to accomplish so far? Is God promises for you this year manifesting already? What have you done for God? Are you building a closer relationship with your heavenly Father? Are you winning souls for Christ?
Take the time to reflect on yourself, family, business, and work, if you tick all the boxes on a high note, that’s very good, glory be to God, do not relent. If you barely can tick any box, don’t worry, everything may look very dark and hopeless to you right now, — so dark that you have to wait before you have hope.
Waiting with hope can be very difficult, but true patience is really expressed when we must even wait for hope. When you see no hint of success yet, refuse to despair, when you see nothing but the darkness of night through your window, yet keep the shutters open because stars may appear in the sky.
When there is an empty place in your heart, do not allow it to be filled with anything less than God’s very best for you, His promises, and the good plan He has for you. That is the greatest kind of patience.
The most anticipated assured hope the universe can anchor on. It’s never late, God is never late, He is always right on time, if only you will position yourself and align your ways to His. May God surprise you, and lift you up before this year-end in Jesus Christ name. Amen!