Amazing… The end of the month is quickly approaching and before you know it we’ll be in month six – the beginning to an ending of the 1st half of the year. That’s Incredible!!! And even more so it’s been a blessing for me to meet you here in Faith’s Garden of INspiration… Our little yet powerful place of optimism, wisdom, and perseverance where we feast on our very own personalized nutritious serving of organic motivation. It’s our favorite day of the week on any day of the week – “Weleful Wednesday”.
So, just this past Saturday I did a clip for my series 31 Seconds for 3 Days/Week titled “Just Ripe”. In this clip I encouraged the viewers and the listeners to just hold tight during their ongoing seasons of life. Sometimes on this journey called life we can be too eager to rush things, to want things, to capture things. No matter what we must wait until it’s “Just Ripe”. Our job is to continue to water, fertilize, and nurture our soil so our souls will be ready to prosper. It’s our responsibility to carry out the mission, the destiny, and the purpose set forth for our lives regardless and nevertheless of what obstacles, barriers, and/or challenges may come our way. We must know that the seeds we plant will flourish!!!
In our seasons of life we must remain confident because what we plant does not automatically sprout. Think about it for 31 seconds… I mean really close your eyes and think about it… Think about something that you thought "just happened". Now think about how that something actually came to pass. I have a few perfect examples… Your wife goes to the doctor for a routine check-up only to find out she’s three months pregnant even though she’s been feeling fine, she hadn’t really noticed any changes in her body or her eating habits… maybe she had been slightly more sleepier than usual but no major changes. You see, you all had been trying for over a year and wham!!!!! It was your season.
Ok… you hired a tutor for your 3rd grade child who has had extreme difficulty with their reading and comprehension. The tutor has been coming for six months and little to no improvement has occurred. The teacher has even expressed her doubts about the fact that you even have a tutor. Then the test comes and out of nowhere your child aces the test. It was their season.
And… then your cousin who was diagnosed with an ailment that was potentially reversible with a change in diet and exercise routine has shown no change in your opinion in over a year… then six months later they go to the doctor and the report comes back that due to their ongoing efforts and changes for a better quality of life they no longer suffer with that diagnosis. It was their season.
You see, in each one of these cases there was a zeal of ongoing determination, perseverance, and will power being demonstrated. Even though the results appeared to be way overdue they came right on-time… In their season when things were “Just Ripe”.
What I want us to remember more than anything is that when action meets purpose victory will flourish when the atmosphere is “Just Ripe”. Stay on course. Stay focused. Stay in high pursuit of your next level of #GREATERNESS!!! You never know when your season of “Just Ripe” will occur.
Be sure to share a season of “Just Ripe” that occurred in your life in the comment section below.
Until next time...Stay Forever Blessed and Highly Favored
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5/30/2019 05:23:26 pm
We must wait for our ripe season God's time is always the best Time... powerful uplifting words of wisdom ... right on divine time & order💜🥀🥀🌸
5/30/2019 05:24:52 pm
YES YES YES LORD... IN THE MIGHTY NAME OF JESUS CHRIST... JUST RIPE🍓🍓🍓
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