Seasons are divine opportunities or windows that God brings our way, to move us forward in His plan and purpose for us. It is important that you make the most of your divine seasons because that will determine whether or not you will enter into the greater and higher things which God has prepared for you. According to our opening Scripture, everything in life has its appointed season, which means that everything in your life has been designed by God to take place within some set seasons.
You therefore need to maximize the seasons that God has prepared for you. The unforced rhythm of grace is laced into God’s set or appointed seasons for us. God has made everything beautiful in His time. There is a set time and season when beauty meets glory, and things work so seamlessly. Struggle is the result of people being out of step with their God-set seasons; and everything has to be forced in the energy of the flesh. This is why it is so important to keep pace with divine seasons. You cannot afford to miss out on what God has for you in His set seasons for your life.
The first thing that you require to be able to maximize your divine seasons is sensitivity to recognize the seasons that God brings into your life; you need to be discerning of the times and seasons of life. You need to be discerning to know what each season of life is and possesses for you. You need to be able to know how to wisely respond to your divine moments or seasons, making the most of them; for wisdom is the principal thing. How do you recognize your divine moments? Divine moments or seasons are a set time which God had foreordained before the foundation of the world; hence God alone can reveal them to us. It takes a walk with God in prayer and the Word to be able to discern divine moments correctly. Watch what is going on in your spirit, your inner environment, for the spirit of man is the candle of the Lord, searching all the inward parts of the belly or heart (Proverbs 20:27). The Lord Jesus in Luke 19:41-44 wept over Jerusalem because they did not discern their divine season. Conversely, the sons of Issachar in 1 Chronicles 12:32 were people who were able to discern the time, and therefore were rightly positioned to lead their brethren. Pray in tongues and live by the Word daily. This is how you will always be able to discern the seasons that God has planned for you, to take you to the next level.
My Solid Front (Confession): In the Name of Jesus, I declare that I keep pace with God through a consistent walk; therefore the eyes of my understanding are continually enlightened, to see and know what He is doing in my life per time. Amen.
FURTHER MEDITATION: GENESIS 18:1-15; LUKE 19:41-44.