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Monday, September 23, 2013
Why Even the Hardest Transitions Are Worth Going Through
Nothing in life is certain, except for death, taxes … and change. God never changes, but we do. Through sanctification we are transformed from sinful, carnal creatures into the image of God's Son.

Becoming like Jesus requires a lot of change-and often involves difficult periods of transition.

Transition can take many forms. It can be like the transition during labor-intense pain followed by a clear reward. Or it can be like the momentary transition that takes place when you switch gears in a car to face the challenge of the road ahead.

For an instant you are between gears. The engine is roaring, but you have no control. You may not know what the road ahead is like or whether you even want to move to a higher level. But when the shift occurs, you are connected once again with the power of the engine and are translated into a higher level of operation-the next gear.

Transition can also be a time that seems as if it will never end-a long, dark night of the soul when all around you seems dim and you lose sight of God's promises to you. In this season, you may lose your sense of God's presence and feel that He has abandoned you.

Don't give up! I have learned that no matter how uncomfortable the period of transition is, change is a good thing. It keeps us moving forward.

Forward motion starts with just one step, and we have the assurance that our steps "are ordered by the Lord" (Ps. 37:23). This means that God has a plan for us. read more
From SpiritLedWoman.com
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4 Keys to How God Brings Transition

No matter what kind of transition you are involved in presently, stepping into your new season takes time, patience and preparation.

9:00AM EDT 9/16/2013
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