Never Will I Leave You - Encouraging short sermons and devotionals compiled by The Commandment Co

Happy May! As we step into the vibrant month of May, we're curious about the journey you've undertaken so far this year. With every passing month, we encounter a mix of highs and lows – May has a unique way of casting its spell on our experiences. It could be a month filled with the blossoms of success and achievement, or maybe a time for reflection on challenges faced and lessons learned.

Whether you've been basking in the glow of accomplishments or navigating through rough waters, May invites us to embrace the growth and changes that come our way. As we move forward into the heart of spring, let's celebrate the strides made and look forward to the flourishing possibilities that lie ahead.

No matter if it was good or bad, let the wisdom of King Solomon in Ecclesiastes 3:1-2 encourage your heart today, “There is a time for everything and a season for every activity under the heavens… a time to plant and a time to uproot.”

In every season, joyful or tear-filled, there is always something precious to be learnt and experienced. Take some time today to look back on the year of different seasons you have gone through and reflect on how God has been working in your life at every single point. Has He been planting new thoughts, desires and habits, or perhaps uprooting the sin in your life?

A single month may feel like a brief interval as we approach the mid-year point, but trust that divine plans are unfolding within you. The Creator continues to weave a tapestry of goodness, and the seeds of positive change have already been sown. Just as the beauty of May emerges gradually, the transformative journey you're on is a continuous process. Be assured that what has begun within you will undoubtedly reach its full fruition. Embrace the unfolding chapters of your story with faith and anticipation.

May our new designs by Chelsea @afterprovidence accompany you through your highs and lows! Now available for print. 
May 16, 2024 — TCCO (Troubleshooting)