The Promised Land does not come to you but you go for it. A new season brings changes, a new season brings challenges, and a new season exposes champions. And as the season of the year become new, it means we are moving on with new season of our life as well. Everything has a season (Ecclesiastes 3:1- We enter a new season of life when we get a new job, when we get married, we get kids, and we retire. All of these things are natural points of life that enter a new season. But there are times when we make a conscious choice to change direction in our life that we also enter a new season. God doesn’t measure seasons using any object, but through truth and revelation. Whenever God gives you a fresh Word, you’ve just entered into a new season. For every new season, new angels are send on assignment. The angelic realm comes to place the old mantles of yesterday so we can receive the heavenly mantles that will empower us to do the impossible. It's time to embrace God's divine purposes, His plans, and run with our new mantle that will now operate on a corporate scale. God has dispatched new angelic legions to come for such a time as this on earth. We are being reassigned new angels with powerful gifts and anointing in the financial realms. For us to enter into a new season we must repent (Act 3; 19). To repent means to "turn around and go in the opposite direction, change our mind, purposes, and what motivates our thought life." Repentance enables us to walk in a new direction away from sin, sickness and disease, turning our faces toward God and returning our hearts to Him. Repentance enables God to forgive our sins and cleanse us in His Blood. God's presence brings deliverance, healing, and restoration from the effects of sin; our lives are totally changed when we repent and turn toward God. When our mind is renewed with the word of life we are transformed from glory to glory into His image.
Principles about entering into a new season;
Entering a new season brings NEW CHANGES. Change is inevitable. We look outside at the world around us and notice things are different today than they were 10 years ago, last year or even yesterday. But remember we serve a God of seasons. Even in His creation, He created the seasons. And each season is different from the others. Some are meant for things to grow and others for things to die off.
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