“Aim not to live a life of prominence, but a life of significance.”
~ Pastor Ethan Fisher, Gateway Church, Southlake TX
In his message, Pastor Fisher noted that prominence is temporary but significance is lasting.
Dr Jon Chasteen, President of The King’s University in Southlake, TX, shared Psalm 1:3-5, from The Passion Translation. He reminded us that believers are “bearing fruit in every season of life”, no matter what our circumstances. We should not be discouraged during seasons when it seems “nothing is happening”, or it feels like a wilderness…wilderness times are not God’s punishment, but rather a period of training and pruning, to prepare us for our ordained destiny.
Surely many of us are “bearing fruit” through April’s writing challenges, sharing positive words and encouraging one another. Let’s keep it going! Blessings to you as we begin Week Two♥ Ennle
Psalm 1:3-5 The Passion Translation (TPT)
3 He will be standing firm like a flourishing tree
planted by God’s design,[a]
deeply rooted by the brooks of bliss,
bearing fruit in every season of his life.
He is never dry, never fainting,
ever blessed, ever prosperous.[b]