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Day 53: When you find yourself in an unwanted season.


God whispers to us in our pleasures. God speaks to us in our conscience. God shouts to us in our pain, those are words by C. Lewis and opens today’s hunch.

Do you trust that God is working in your dreams and do you believe in Him even when your dreams are not fortcoming? I am not living my life as I had planned, and I can openly say, it is very scary. What has helped maintain my inner peace is hope that God knows what He is doing and His way is the best way. This belive require a lot of bravely and courage.

“If you, then, though you are evil, know how to give good gifts to your children, how much more will your Father in heaven give good gifts to those who ask him!”

MAT 7:11

It is hard to write this, I would have loved to write and share such a personal discovery when everything is working for me. It would be more inspirational, I guess! I am not going to stop hoping and dreaming. There is something powerful about your plans when being disrupted and finding yourself in middle of nowhere, in an unwanted season. But even then, and I want to tell you this with deep love, “God has not forgotten you. Your entire life and your amazing dreams are important to God (as they sound to you).”

I just want to tell you, from someone in a season of wanting something that I do not have yet, that you are going to make it. And if you are looking for a job, or a better one, I want to encourage and tell you that you are going to make it too. God has not forgotten you. So share your dreams with Him, He loves to give you good gifts.

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