Season change

I’ve had a song going through my head for the past few days.  Yup…yours truly, the self-professed non-musical person has a song going through her head.

I’m feeling unsettled.  Again.  If I were in front of God for a few moments, I would beg Him to give me peace deep within my soul.  I know that it is something that He wants for me, yet I find that it eludes me day after day.  Sometimes I can squash the unsettledness for a few hours, a few days at a time.  But there are times when I am particularly susceptible to it.  And here is that time.  Again.

God is working out so many things in me.  I’m learning perspective and priorities.  I’m deciphering the difference between the immediate and the down the line.  I’m sensing a season change, and I find myself surprised, once again, by this change.  2 Timothy 4:2 says, “Preach the Word; be prepared in season and out of season; correct, rebuke and encourage–with great patience and careful instruction.”  I am learning in this season, preparing in this season, for something that is to come.  Or perhaps something that is right in front of me though I cannot yet see it.

Walking out my front door, it appears that spring is here.  The air is warm with a tinge of chill.  The time has changed, so we’ll have light for an hour more each evening.  The squirrels are running after each other like coeds on a college campus.  Next weekend my nephew will be trying out for his little league team.  Today is Selection Sunday which means that March Madness is HERE!!!!!!!

So, today, in honor of Chill Pastor I leave you with a video, a blast from my past.

3 thoughts on “Season change

  1. I’m impressed with the way you used a song to paint the picture of what’s going on in your message…I had forgotten about this song..

    When I get a song hung up in my little brain, it means that it will be blog material….

    Great job!!!


  2. I know WHY I forgot this song. J/K. I’m still forever stuck in the 80’s. Bites.

    Nice message today D.


  3. Love the fact you added the video, but since I’m “connectionally challenged” I gave up after 10 minutes of waiting for the thing to open.

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