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FLIP MY HOUSE

We’ve all seen or heard about one of those popular TV programs where people go in and remodel a house that has been neglected or run down.  Sometimes, we can get run down, neglect ourselves or be worn down by life.
 
The funny thing about these programs is that the house was always beautiful, a gem, it just needed somebody with vision and motivation to go in give it some TLC. 
 
When we get to a point where our mental and emotional house gets run down, we start to look and sound worn down, tired and neglected. Have you noticed that we feel like we believe, think how we feel and, talk and act like what we think?
 
Put this in your spirit: “Now may the God of peace make you holy in every way, and may your whole spirit and soul and body be kept blameless until our Lord Jesus Christ comes again” (1 Thessalonians 5:23).
 
We have a supernatural anointing in our house that we have to protect from neglect.  We have visions to decree, dreams to fulfill and legacy to live through the favor of God that surrounds our life (Psalm 5:12).  We cannot afford to let ourselves stay in a condition that does not honor whose we are, who we are and the destiny that we were created to live.
 
Sometimes our condition gets messed up by the people we let in our house, our head and our lives.  Sometimes, we let people who don’t belong in our life tear up our house, and worse, sometimes we burn down our emotional house to get back at people who we shouldn’t want back.
 
We’ve all been in a place where we needed to flip our house.  Shift from then to now.  Remodel thinking and upgrade our emotions.  Cut down weeds and trees that don’t belong in our head, and put people out of our life who bring down our value.  
 
Flip it Jesus!  God is a master flipper.  When we get stuck in conditions and patterns that cause us to neglect ourselves, mistreat our potential, and disrespect our greatness, we have to ask Jesus, “Lord, help me to flip my house. Help me to restore myself back to your vision for me.”  
 
It’s not always easy to turn it around, repair emotions or restore our hope after neglecting ourselves for so long but we have to start, even if we start with baby steps.  Even if we have to get help.  Even if we have to stumble and crawl on our way out.  Even if you have to cry one last cry and then let it go.  Even if we have to close doors, remove people and create new Greatness boundaries.  Even if we have to renew our minds, repair our emotions or rebuild our faith, hope and trust in God.
 
Flip It Jesus! “Create in me a clean heart, O God, and renew a right spirit within me” (Psalm 51:10).  This is your house, your life and as long as you believe in God’s plans for your life (Jeremiah 29:11), whenever you get to a point where it’s time to repair you, do it — by whatever Godly means necessary.  Destiny cannot find us when we’ve lost ourselves.
 
Guard your house (Proverbs 4:23)!
 
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SEASONS CHANGE

We can sometimes become locked into a season forgetting that seasons do change.  We’ve all been through seasons, and as long as we keep living there will be more seasons to come.
 
Every season has an expiration date. The bible says, “There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity under the heavens” (Ecclesiastes 3:1).  The part about this scripture that we have to pay attention to is, “There is a time for everything.”
 
We go through it for a season, we hurt for a season, we fly high for a season but when we attach our joy to the season as opposed to the truth, joy becomes an elevator ride — sometimes up and sometimes down.  In other words, when our joy is defined by the season, joy becomes happiness.
 
Happiness is predicated upon what’s happening, joy is regardless of what’s happening.  Seasons don’t define us, they tell us what time it is — time to grow, time to shift, time to mature, time to rest, time to regroup, time to reposition, time to get closer to God. When joy is based on the truth, we get better at understanding our seasons.
 
Everybody who comes into our life is not meant for a lifetime.  When we confuse a season with a lifetime, emotions tend to do overtime in our seasons.  Some relationships have an expiration date.  As you grow, you will grow out of some people, you will grow out of accepting less than you deserve, you will grow out of trying to force yourself to fit in with wrong people, you will grow out of talking to turtles about giraffe visions, and you will grow out of trying to make an emotional meal out of emotional crumbs.
 
Seasons come for a reason. They come to teach and then they expire at the appointed time.  Some dreams have an expiration date —  they come, they inspire, they open our mind to a new world of possibilities, a new level of confidence and then they get replaced by new dreams.
 
Seasons of lack, loneliness, chaos and even depression have a time limit. Put this in your spirit: “For his anger lasts only a moment, but his favor lasts a lifetime; weeping may stay for the night, but joy comes in the morning” (Psalm 30:5).  Nighttime is a season of doubt,  fear or despair but joy comes when we get the courage to let the light of truth outshine what we see.
 
In every season you are blessed, you are in God’s hands and if you watch, walk and work in faith, every season will produce a harvest.  Speak life over your season, embrace it, grow through it and remember that a season comes when a season is necessary.
 
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