Sunday, August 12, 2012

Change is Difficult

All change is difficult. Even good change. The fact that change is difficult does not mean it is not Gods will. Sometimes we make changes after praying for direction and feeling like we heard God say "go this way" but when we do follow our heart, it starts getting very difficult. Its at that time we question Gods direction and will for our life. God never promised "easy". Look at the Israelites in the old testament after being freed from slavery in Egypt. They left Egypt with excitement and vision, because God said he was taking them to the promise land. A land flowing with milk and honey ( all good things) but as they walked in the direction God (through His servant Moses) directed them to go, it became VERY difficult for them. They even complained and wanted to go back (into slavery) because it was not easy... in fact it was almost unbearable!! But as we see as we continue to read the story, it was Gods will, Gods PERFECT will! And those who remained faithful (only a few from the original people that left captivity in Egypt), were able to get to the land that God promised them!! We must pray for direction and for Gods perfect will in our life then hen we feel God leading us in a certain direction, we should start walking in that direction and no matter how hard it may become, we must continue until we reach our promised land! Have a blessed week!!

9 comments:

The Preppy Student said...

change is difficult but its important to accept change! Have a happy Tuesday and be sure to check out my giveaway ending very soon. BTW I am your newest follower and cannot wait to read more of your posts and hope that maybe you can return the favor and follow The Preppy Student. I always comment for every comment left on my page and hope to start a friendly relationship with your wonderful blog!

LaurenLo{me}LoloLC said...

Thank you for this message. Trusting that I'm headed in the right direction, or any direction at all sometimes, is my biggest struggle soemtimes! This was a great read for me.

Lauren

PS - I'm in Vacaville and Melissa and I have chatted a few times, she's just the sweetest!

N|MΛRIE said...

Thanks so much for stopping by! Following you back now :)

-Nicole @ http://meandthem00n.blogspot.com

Ali ♥ said...

THANK YOU for posting this. I've had a hard time lately with change and making decisions. This helps me a lot to keep my faith and just trust that he does have a plan! Stopping by from the GFC Hop! Loving your blog. Say hello to your newest follower from Texas! I'm so excited to read more from you.

If you have time, stop on by my blog and say hello!
Ali @ All Things Pink & Sparkly
http://alizabethxoxo.blogspot.com

Katlyn Larson said...

Hi Rebecca!
I've come by from Melissa's blog hop! I just have to say that I love that you and your daughters all blog, it seems like it would be so much fun to support each other while in the community yourself. So awesome!

I'm your newest follower! I can't wait to read more about what's going on in your life! :)

Katlyn
thedreamymeadow.com

Heidi said...

Oh yes, so many people say that if things are hard then you must not be following God's will. This is not true! Following God's will can be very hard. Thanks for the reminder. New follower (and also a pastor's wife)

www.heiditakingtheplunge.blogspot.com

Mindy Harris said...

found u thru the GFC follower hop at naptime review and now follow thru GFC!

Kelli Ferre said...

I love this! I hope you can link up with my blog today.
Wanderlust Wednesdays

Amy Rogers said...

This was very encouraging for me, Rebecca. We must keep our focus on God's will for our lives and pray for wisdom and guidance in the path He chooses for us.