Ever send yourself a calendar appointment or reminder? It's a great idea. Send one to yourself every week to remind yourself of not just routine ordinary tasks; but more significant than that. What inspires you? It’s a motivator.
Many people have come to a place in their lives in which they are about to birth something new in themselves or through to others to become a blessing in the world. I read a passage that spoke about the pain and the promise. The pain suggests that no matter how painful life experiences can be at times, we must allow the birth to take place. The promise is what God is trying to get us to see and understand as a part of HIS divine plan for our destiny. And mind you. Not everyone has a role in that experience.
Sometimes, people will leave. Or maybe, you are the one who may have to walk away in the direction of your calling; with all that you’ve learned and experienced up to now. And some people may not want to experience having to let you go or see you grow. Push.
A divine example of that transition also suggests that whenever we are subject to experience a divine break up and break through, there are labor pains and contractions associated and disguised as trouble, tragedy and drama that appear and occur when we’re closest to our next new idea, career, business opportunity and blessing. What an incredible way to transition.
So, how should we embrace and endure the shift you may ask? Well, we proceed in what Psalm 46:10 remind us which says, “Be still and know that I am God”.
Astute and valiant no matter what happens because faith works.