UNDERSTANDING THE TIMES AND SEASONS - ESTHER 2: 5-17; ECCLESIASTES 3:1-11.

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Bible in a year:  Joshua 15:1-63, Luke 18:18-43, Psalm 86:1-17, Proverbs 13:9-10

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There are two sides of your life: the practical side and the prophetic side. The prophetic side of your life consists of those things that God has set in the place ahead of your coming into being but the practical side consists of those things that God will use to prepare you for the prophetic. How you interpret your current season determines whether you go to the next, a wrong interpretation can mortgage your future.

If Esther misinterpreted her time in Mordecai’s house as a time of suffering and cheating, she would have missed out on the training meant for queens. For others, coming to midweek service may be a routine but for you it should be a major kingdom tool for preparing you for your divine destiny. Most talented people who ended up as failures misinterpreted their seasons.

Jesus asked his disciples “Will ye also go away?” and Peter said, “Lord, to whom shall we go? thou hast the words of eternal life.” This means they considered it but they had no alternatives. If you still have other alternatives to what God has chosen for you, you won’t grow there and the devil will always help you along that alternative.

No sane Christian should tell his wife “you are not the only woman in town” and expect a great marriage. Resolve it today; “my wife is the only woman for me” and do all that is necessary to build your home. God is the one that knows what He has prepared for you in destiny, He knows what to remove in you and what to add to you; He also chooses your training and trainer based on His purpose for your life.

Prayer: Father, help me to interpret the seasons of my life correctly; no alternatives will mean more to me than Your will in Jesus name.