Life comes in seasons. *There is the morning* of our lives, full of dreams, hopes and enthusiasm. *There is the afternoon,* when it’s all about working, winning or waiting. *And then comes the evening*, when the lights begin to dim. By this time, our lives are filled with reflections that either bring fulfillment and pride or regrets and dread.
*To live meaningfully and effectively one must seek and gain wisdom to manage life’s seasons and transitions*. For we cannot determine the weather, but we choose an appropriate dress for each season.
*Our journey of faith with God also comes in seasons;* atimes cold, sometime hot and other times lukewarm. It was never meant to be stagnant. *God desires us to find grace in Him to grow from one degree of glory to another* (2Corinthians 3:18).
The Christian is like an egg; we are either growing to hatch or stagnant and decomposing. *Not to transit in growth and glory is to truncate in stagnancy and decay*.
© Buti Sam KPUTU