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Turbulence in Transition: Relationship Wisdom for Faith Moves

Turbulence. It is what happens most often when a plan takes flight and encounters unruly pockets of wind while in motion.

The plane shakes, rattles, and by the grace of God, refuses to roll even if your belly does, as a result of the sudden ‘speed bumps’ that drive as a force against the craft, nearly knocking it off course.

The sudden jarring punches of the wind from outside cause many passengers to grip their armrests with white-knuckled fear as if that will keep the plane in the air. Others simply buckle up, having decided not to be bothered by the jostling forces from outside, and continue to look forward to the journey ahead, fully confident that this moment will pass and the plane and the passengers will reach their destination intact.

Have you been there before, not just as an experience of an actual flight, but within a relationship with someone close to you as you took off on your journey of transition from dream to manifestation?

The Lord God, Jesus Christ, places a vision and call on your heart and life, gives you the green light to go for it. You board the plane of faith and set for the skies only to hit relational turbulence from those on the outside who, for whatever reason, seem to act as a resisting force to your forward movement?

How do we proceed when our treasured relationships are challenged by our transition? What do we do when we feel wounded by the doubt of others spoken over our vision?

This months series, TURBULENCE IN TRANSITION is not about what to do if this happens, but how to proceed in the power of Christ and His love and peace when it happens. 

Tune in for Part One of this series next week.

~Dream. Image. Believe. Do. CONQUER!

*Photo by Leio McLaren (@leiomclaren) on Unsplash

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