Life is full of choices and consequences that not only affect us individually but also those we impact. Every choice we make will ultimately result in a positive or negative outcome that we will eventually have to face now or later. Wisely selecting God-honoring choices in life requires Resilience.
Oftentimes doing the right thing looks wrong to so many people but resilience is doing the right thing even when it is not popular.
Living a life of God-honoring resilience produces desired outcomes later although one’s journey is uncomfortable now.
Resilience is sowing good seeds of right choices and decisions when situations appear hopeless and unchangeable.
Resilience is sowing good seed in the relationships God has called you to knowing that God will work the challenges out between those involved in his time.
Resilience is sowing good seed by moving towards your destiny even when it hurts.
Although you might encounter attacks from the very ones you love and outside enemies, resilience is sowing the good seed, watering the seed with God’s word and allowing God to bring forth the increase.
When one aims to sow good seed, the enemy seeks to disturb and ultimately uproot the seed.
Remain resilient as you sow seeds into a God-honoring marriage even when leaving, giving up or ending it is what your current emotions want but not what God has called you to do.
Resilience is sowing good seed at your place of employment, or the ministry you are involved with even though coworkers, volunteers, or staff exhibit deliberate disingenuous work ethic.
Resilience is sowing good seed of respect to others although people disregard, disrespect, dismiss, and discount your efforts.
Resilience is sowing good seeds in your planned time with God, even when it seems like your breakthrough is coming too slow.
Resilience is sowing good seeds in your overall health and well-being even when it looks like the weight is not dropping, the symptoms appear the same, and nothing is happening.
Resilience is sowing good seeds in your words even when people ridicule your God-honoring values.
Resilience is sowing good seeds in declaring God’s words about you even when haters frequently remind you of what you used to do, who you used to be and what they think you lack.
Resilience requires boldly walking through the valley or on the mountaintop knowing that God is with you and has provided everything you need.
Remain resilient in the seeds you sow as God transforms the weariness you feel into vitality and your hope in a manifested harvest of exceeded expectations. Similar to a flower growing in the cracks of concrete, your situations might be rough, tough, cracked, and difficult, but God has empowered you with a Supernatural anointing to bloom through what others can't.
An Encouraging Scripture I want to share with you as you walk in God-honoring resilience is Galatians 6:7, Do not be deceived: God cannot be mocked. A man reaps what he sows.
Peace & God Bless!
Dr. Kennetra A. Bryant
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