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The power in transition

Psalms 91:2 says “I will say of the Lord, He is my refuge and my fortress: my God in Him will I trust.” The end of the scripture catches my attention the most, my God in Him will I trust. The end of verse 2 acknowledges that I will be in a situation in which I must choose whom I give my trust to. We are not in heaven yet, so we will go through both trials and transition. During transition we have a choice to make, will we lean on a relationship, education, or outside sources…or will we choose to put our trust in God? What we do in the course of transition will determine the trajectory of our future. If we make a habit of trusting God, transition would no longer be our downfall but our platform to greatness. Kill anxiety and frustration with faith and trust in God! Peace

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I’m falling apart

The transitions of life can sometimes make us feel as if life is a broken bread crumb, falling apart with every indulgence.In life seasons, time may tornado one situation after the next into ones hands, but that’s when we need to delve into inspection mode. Confusion and frustration should inspire inspection, determine if there are too many elements floating around your world; incautiously causing focus to change from the heart of God to getting “things” done. Frustration will happen in life, but we must remember how to get back to the basics. Get quiet time with God, meditation, where you do nothing other than focus on the heartbeat of our creator. When you take time with God, He then will show you light through your confusion; and the pieces of your world will come back together as they were intended to be.  Peace.

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