This is Your Season to Bloom

Laura M. Garcia once said, “Some years are for growing; but this one, this one is for blooming.” Some years, we go through hardships. During those trials and tribulations, it may seem as though God is silent or “allowing” the storms to happen. It is during that time of pruning that God intends to grow us. According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, “To prune” means to cut away what is unwanted.” Maybe God has been pruning you to prepare you for your season to bloom. Could it be that He has stripped away things, people, and situations that no longer serve a purpose in your life?  Always remember, pruning = growing. 

God promises to never leave nor forsake us. Therefore, while He may seem silent at times, He is constantly working on our behalf. It isn’t like God to leave us during a time that He intends to grow us. He has already planned our future and knows what is ahead (Jeremiah 29:11). He may not rescue us out of every trouble that comes our way, but He sure will use it for His glory. Furthermore, He will use those seasons of “growing” or “pruning” to strengthen us like never before. It isn’t until after we’ve gone through certain seasons where blessings felt held up or our destiny seemed delayed, that we will experience our season of blooming. This blog may not be for every person, but it is for someone. There is someone reading this blog that has been waiting to bloom—waiting for their season. God is saying to someone that now is your time. Now is your season to spring forth into your destiny. You’ve waited patiently for your moment. You’ve even endured hardships, but remained faithful.

When the blooming happens, the blessings come. What you’ve prayed and waited on for months, years, or decades suddenly begins to burst into fruition. That is what a season of blooming looks like. 

In Genesis 12, God sets his eyes on a barren husband and wife. He calls forth Abraham and his wife Sarah to a new life. This sparks the moment their lives changed forever. God gave them a divine order for such a time as this. Everything that happened in their past no longer mattered. God handpicked them. He knew that He would get the glory in the end.

In Genesis 12, God makes it clear to Abraham and Sarah that new doors, new opportunities, and new promises were ahead for them. Their season of blooming required them to leave old things behind and look forward to the new.

For someone reading this blog, God is calling you out of that dry desert. It is time to look to the new. Old things have passed away. A beautiful future is ahead. So don’t miss your moment. If Abraham and Sarah would’ve rejected God’s divine order in their lives, it would have stopped their destiny. I couldn’t imagine how many generations would’ve been affected if they missed their moment. Abraham and Sarah would not have embarked on their new journey. But at just the right time, God spoke to them.

The bible says in Isaiah 60:22 NLT says, “At the right time, I, the Lord, will make it happen.” This scripture proves that God is the one who says, “now is your season to bloom”. He is the one who says, “Now, I will bless you.” He is even the one who tells the devil, “Enough is enough.” For someone, God is saying that on your behalf. You’ve stewarded well over the small things. Maybe you’ve prayed, fasted, and rehearsed the promises that God made to you. All along, God never forgot you. He never changed His mind about you. Instead, He knew when the right time would come. Maybe you’ve gone through your desolate and growing season. Now God is about to manifest His promises in your life. If this blog resonates with you, praise Him in advance. Believe that it is already done. Thank Him now for what is about to happen in your life. Whatever it is that you’ve been waiting on is about to become your reality. Your season to blossom is here.

In Romans 4:18-25 NLT, it says, “Even when there was no reason for hope, Abraham kept hoping—believing that he would become the father of many nations. For God had said to him, “That’s how many descendants you will have!” And Abraham’s faith did not weaken, even though, at about 100 years of age, he figured his body was as good as dead—and so was Sarah’s womb. Abraham never wavered in believing God’s promise. In fact, his faith grew stronger, and in this he brought glory to God. He was fully convinced that God is able to do whatever he promises. And because of Abraham’s faith, God counted him as righteous. And when God counted him as righteous, it wasn’t just for Abraham’s benefit. It was recorded for our benefit, too, assuring us that God will also count us as righteous if we believe in him, the one who raised Jesus our Lord from the dead. He was handed over to die because of our sins, and he was raised to life to make us right with God.”

 What a word of encouragement. That passage should ignite a praise in us. The Lord wants us to enter His gates with praise and thanksgiving. When we do, He will count us as righteous. Not only that, but praise will strengthen our faith just like it did for Abraham. For someone reading this, God has activated your season of blooming. Now, you must begin to praise Him just like Abraham did. 

I hope that this blog has ministered to every person’s soul that God intended for it to. I pray that you don’t grow weary as you enter a new stage in life. The bible says in Galatians 6:9 NLT that, “So let’s not get tired of doing what is good. At just the right time we will reap a harvest of blessing if we don’t give up.” Whatever you do, don’t give up. Doing what’s “good” involves praising God BEFORE all the pieces of the puzzle comes together for you. Maybe it’s just a promise you’re holding onto. Maybe God desires to prune you before he blooms you. “Reaping a harvest of blessing” is found IN your season of blooming. Bishop of Geneva said, “Bloom where you are planted.” God is planting people on new ground and in new territory. Therefore, take heart. Where God is planting you is a place for you to propel into your destiny. I have six words for you: Believe it. Receive it. Decree it. 

Thank you so much for reading my blog. If this has brought new hope to your life, leave a comment. You can also reach out on my “Contact Me” page to share how I can pray for you during this time. Until next month with Wytinsea Writes! 

2 thoughts on “This is Your Season to Bloom”

  1. This has truly blessed me, I love that these blog always take you to the word of God. Which is powerful and full of strength. It’s exactly what you need in whatever season you may be in while your waiting to bloom. It’s gives us strength for the journey😊God bless you, Keep Speaking Truth❤️

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