Life is all about changes. You are constantly learning to adapt to new situations and conditions. Adjusting to the fluctuations of unusual environments that you are exposed to can be difficult. Identifying areas where you have matured in your journey with God will help you navigate what lies ahead. We stumble and fall; we do not always perceive things correctly. Nevertheless, learning to simply embrace your life as it is right now, is choosing to trust God. There is power in selecting to recognize your growth in this life with Christ.
Just as a child grows, we are constantly evolving and changing. Growth is such a beautiful thing in the sight of the Lord. God wants you to become all that He created you to be in this life. Growth shows Him that you are capable and willing to carry the blessings of your assignment. You can be certain that God sees your growth and new found wisdom that you have gained through trying situations. He knows you have been striving and praying despite what is happening to you. Just as God is approving your growth—so should you. Note your own growth so you can backtrack and have poof of where you started and how far God brought you.
It is ok to go through numerous stages of growth throughout your life. Everyone’s track record of growth is different. God does not require perfection, but rather progression. Growing in the Lord will be worth every setback and disappointment. It is not a path of silver and gold. You will face a great deal of pain and hardships. Nonetheless, in our sufferings we learn and grow. Life is a constant learning curve. Incorporating growth in what you are experiencing will assist you with future challenges. Embrace your growth in all things. Your progression does not go unnoticed. Continue to expand your knowledge about your purpose here on earth. You can become disciplined with sharper discernment. You will start seeing dreams better because you are growing in what God has called for you. With growth, you can start to pick up on small miracles throughout your day. There is power in embracing your growth.
“But grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. To him be the glory both now and to the day of eternity. Amen.” -2 Peter 3:18
“Practice these things, immerse yourself in them, so that all may see your progress.” -1 Timothy 4:15
“And it is my prayer that your love may abound more and more, with knowledge and all discernment,” -Philippians 1:9