Don’t Run From The Famine

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“Choosing rather to suffer affliction with the people of God, than to enjoy the pleasures of sin for a season; Esteeming the reproach of Christ greater riches than the treasures in Egypt: for he had respect unto the recompence of the reward.” – Hebrews 11:25-26.

Dear Reader, 

Embarking on this spiritual journey is akin to traversing through the different seasons of nature. Each phase has its unique essence and purpose, and just as we witness the changing landscapes of spring, summer, autumn, and winter, our spiritual journey also encounters its share of seasons.

In our walk with God, we inevitably encounter moments similar to the barrenness of winter or the flourishing vibrancy of spring. These spiritual seasons are not arbitrary; rather, they contribute to the intricate design of our faith. It is during these times of drought and famine that the seeds of resilience are sown. This course promises to be a help in your spiritual winter, offering Biblical sustenance and encouragement when the journey seems challenging.

Triumphs are scattered throughout our spiritual landscape, waiting to be discovered even in the harshest of seasons. The course is curated to unveil these victories, providing insights and lessons that become beacons of hope in times of spiritual famine. As you navigate through the content, you’ll find not only solace but also the tools to nurture and sustain your faith.

The nature of seasons is a reminder that challenges are temporary, and growth is inevitable. The course serves to help guide you through the changing seasons of your spiritual walk. It is designed to uplift and fortify your spirit, ensuring that you emerge from each season stronger and more resilient.

Every season has its purpose, and this anointed course is a testament to that divine orchestration. So, fear not the winter, relish the spring, and allow the course to be your companion, ensuring that you not only weather the seasons but also thrive in the midst of them.

|Oasis Ministries|


P.S. You can find a blog based on the sermon in Lesson One HERE.

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