“It’s The The Journey that matters.”
This last week I drove to Northern Saskatchewan for an event in Prince Albert. The weather was beautiful as I witnessed the shades of fall in all its majesty. I think fall is my favorite season.
With autumn comes a gentle calm in the fields after all the fast-paced spring planting, summer harvest, and marketing of the year’s bounty. All is now waiting for the winter to refresh the land with moisture and a time of rest. Looking at God’s handiwork gives me lots of time to contemplate all the blessings he has given us.
It is during those times when I am alone, quietly listening, that God shares his plans with me. But even in those peaceful moments, I feel the need to remind God that I have a few projects of my own I need to finish.
Some days I feel overwhelmed with my own plans and goals I haven’t completed. And interruptions just cause me to fall further behind. Do I choose my time and plans wisely? Are they necessary to my home, business, and ministry? Or is it more like, my way, my wants? Asking God, “Do you see my busy schedule? Do you care how tired I am?” Have you ever felt like that?
Will I accept God’s plan for me, stepping out in faith to trust Him for my day? Am I willing to allow him to be my travel guide for a great adventure? Serving Him is to enjoy all He has planned for me, and knowing I can trust him gives me great joy.
Do not be afraid or discouraged, for the Lord will personally go ahead of you.
He will be with you; he will neither fail you nor abandon you.”
Deuteronomy 31:8 (NLT)
What Great travel insurance God has given us? Enjoy the Adventure! Hugs ©
I love to think of nature as an unlimited broadcasting station, through which God speaks to us every hour if we only will tune in.”
George Washington Carver
What is your favorite season of the year? Thank you, dear friends, for spending your time with me.
Have a wonderful weekend. HUGS,
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