He changes times and seasons;
He deposes kings and raises up others.
He gives wisdom to the wise
and knowledge to the discerning.
He reveals deep and hidden things;
He knows what lies in darkness,
and light dwells with him.
As I walked along the wooden deck, I stopped to look at some fallen leaves.
It’s that time of year again when the trees begin to let go of their leaves and prepare for winter.
In doing so, we are blessed with seeing a vast array of autumn colors for several weeks, heralding a time of dormancy and rest for almost every plant and tree.
Spring will come after a period of waiting, bringing with it a new and vibrant growth.
Seasons in our lives are not always defined by aging.
God brings us in and out of various types of seasons.
Seasons of growth.
Seasons of learning.
Seasons when wisdom is given.
There are seasons when we have to let go of some responsibilities in order to take on new ones.
These seasons are defined by God.
With each passing interval, we can say, “This is different–but it’s okay.”
Whether we are at a season in life’s journey where we are a vibrant green leaf attached to a branch or a vibrant red leaf lying on a deck, we are in a particular place at a particular time where we can be used by God.
What season of faith are you in today?