“Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation; the old has gone, the new has come!”
2 Corinthians 5:17
March is called a transition month for the season of winter to let go of its hold, and allow the next season of spring to once again prime the earth for a new growing season. Obviously, March is repeatedly known to give a surprise blast of snow or a week of single digit temperatures in the mornings. But I don’t care. It’s 30 days closer than last month.
Let’s take a look at ourselves and compare us to the next season. I did say March was a transition month. We can’t expect spring to be here tomorrow. It takes a process of little steps, but each one is a development for one big reawakening of spring. Spring is about small signs of hope of what is to come, which leads to something more spectacular. We go through a very similar transition as winter does to spring. By saying yes to God, this allows Him to start the reawakening process inside us with desires and a hopefulness for our future.
A transition takes place through God’s steady command over our lives. Then gradually a Godly beauty will begin to swell up inside us, break through that dormant crusty layer, and we will bloom with all sorts of greenery, colors, and fruits. Don’t stay trapped behind frozen soils. Let God and His promises be used like a spring tonic. God wants each of us to participate in the reawakening process, and He is there to guide the transformation of our lives in Christ.
Prepare our hearts for budding! Let this church be the biggest green space of hope ever! ‘