Morning! This phrase dropped in my spirit this morning and Holy Spirit began to expound on it. Listen👏🏾Here👏🏾. Whatever the IT is in your life today, understand this, IT came TO pass. It didn’t come to stay. It didn’t come to set up shop. It didn’t come to be a permanent part of your daily life. * * No! * * IT came TO pass! Challenges with your children?And it came to pass. Challenges in your business? And it came to pass. Challenges in your marriage? And it came to pass. Trouble in your career? And it came to pass. Difficulty in some of your most valued relationships? And it came to pass. Financial difficulty? And it came to pass. * * All of these things have come to pass and in their passing God is using these things to: Teach you Refine you Shape you Develop you Build you Elevate you Transform you Connect you Disconnect you Prepare you * * So that when, it comes to pass, you’re ready for the next dimension of greatness God has in store. * * In everything (Not FOR everything) give thanks for this is the will of God concerning you. 1 Thessalonians 5:18 * * Stand flat footed, look in the mirror, square your shoulders, adjust your crown and declare to yourself, “It” May have come, but “It” came TO pass! * * Be encouraged,beloveds. The very reason/purpose IT came is so IT could pass. Take heart. * * Stay Polished, Aisha
I picked up this little guy who was slowly making his way across a semi fast paced street. I remembered you are always supposed to move them in the direction they were headed. As I was showing my children his pretty markings it reminded me of my life. I used to get so discouraged when I would look around and see other people seemingly so far ahead than me. Sometimes I still become frustrated when I think of where I could be had I started some of my career choices sooner. But one thing I have noticed in life is when I look in the rear view mirror, everything has always worked out for my greater good. I am exactly where I need to be which is with my children being their primary care giver. Nurturing their little minds. And I know if I steer the course I will eventually make it to my destination. Maybe once or twice along the way a kind stranger will see the direction I am headed and provide a lift to get me to where I need to be just a little quicker. Ultimately, I know I am not where I want to be yet, but I am grateful I am not where I used to be. Every step counts!!!