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Marcus Lacewell
It seems that life is full of 'seasons.'   Everything seems to lose its charm and becomes normal.  Then, it is time to 'move up' and take on more responsibility.  This is done, with the hopes of, showing constant increase.  If you don't illustrate this increase, you are showing a decrease.  Even if you stay constant all of your life.  This shows your unwillingness to change seasons.  But, sometimes we are forced to change seasons.  Whether it is an illness, accident, loss of job, etc.  God has many ways to get you moving.  Many times, at first, we see such events as unfortunate.  Then, when we begin to see the 'big picture', we see its real purpose.
If we never change seasons, we live all of our days with the same routine.  By doing this, we eliminate every possibility of causing ourselves to grow.  We are setting ourselves up for failure if we totally trust other people with our own growth.  Doctors are an example of this disappointment.
Many people are surprised when a doctor is wrong.  But, this surprise, or anger, shows our dependence on a docker's words.  God must allow the doctors to be wrong, occasionally, so you will not have complete trust in any person; only in Him.  Have you been in the same season too long?  Unlearn.

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rolex midsize on Thursday, January 01, 2015 8:59 AM
There are some interesting time limits on this article but I don't know if I see all of them center to heart. There may be some validity but I will take hold opinion until I look into it further. Good article , thanks and we would like more! Added to FeedBurner as nicely
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