Your Season Matters

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“The Lord has made everything for its purpose”

Proverbs 16:4

Hey everyone! I hope you had a great New Year and congrats on making it to 2020! Welcome to my first blog post of the DECADE. Woah, that’s crazy to say! I keep thinking about where I will be in ten years from today. What will my blog be like? What will I end up doing with my life? What is God’s plan for me in the next ten years? So many questions! The questions I have been having and considering my hopes and dreams for the future have made me so excited, but also discontent in the season I am in.

The past few months have been weird for me! I have not had very much going on, and I feel like I’m stuck in a rut. I discussed this a little bit in my last Women’s Ministry blog post “Your Passions & God’s Calling” which you can find here on my website. Today’s blog is as much for me as it is for you guys, so I hope this will encourage both of us and help you guys feel inspired!

The first piece of advice I am going to give you today is that if you are not dead, God is not done. This phrase encourages me to continue this season of my life with hope and trust in God and His plan for my life. Right now I have so much free time on my hands, and I have begun thinking about what I am going to do with all this free time. I have some big plans and dreams, but right now it seems like I don’t have the tools to achieve some of those things. So I am deciding to focus on what I am passionate about AND can do as much as I want, which is blogging and writing. I am devoting the first five months of 2020 to build an online community, to grow closer to God, and to prepare for the next season of my life. If God is giving me so much free time to get into His Word and build my relationship with Him, that must mean that He has something big for me in the future that requires skills that I can work on cultivating now.

Another important part of appreciating your season is your mindset. Feeling overwhelmed? Turn to God with all your problems. Going through something super hard? God is using your situation to grow your character. He can bring good in EVERY situation. He is always loving, always positive, and always providing. Right now, I feel bored with my life; but God knows that big things will come, things that will make me miss these simple days where I can drink black coffee and work on my blog all day long at my cozy desk. Love the person who you are today because you have a purpose. Be creative! Think about how God is going to use you and how he is equipping and encouraging you today to take the opportunity to grow closer to Him. I had to sit down and write out some goals I have for the next few months. Along with working on my blog, I also am hoping to devote a large amount of time to reading my Bible and growing in my Biblical knowledge. I also hope to do some awesome things on this blog like collabs and possibly creating a Bible study. I want to make this season of my life valuable, productive, and amazing.

So what are YOU going to do with the season you are in? Consider how you can use the season you are in to further the kingdom of God. Your season is important and has a purpose right now. Remember that if you have a pulse, God has a purpose for your life.

PS: I made an instagram account for my blog, so you can check there for updates—>@thoughts.from.cami

Author: camixdahms

Hello! I am a lifestyle blogger and college student. I hope you'll stick around :)

One thought on “Your Season Matters”

  1. Awesome! I love your thoughts here, especially “if you are not dead, then He is not done.” I’m still trying to really craft my goals for the new year. My first goal is to do something for the blog every day – write, edit, respond to comments, etc. I think I’ll start there for now. Happy New Year!

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