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Stepping Into A New Season

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Sermon shared by Rick Adams

July 2003
Summary: We serve a God of seasons. This sermon addresses three main points that saints encounter when we step into a new season of God.
Audience: Believer adults
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Introduction

This morning I want you to look around you. Look over this building, and the faces of those sitting around you. You see, this is a different place than you walked into this morning. And those of you who came into this place this morning are different, because you just stepped into a new season.

You thought you we just coming to Sunday morning meeting time, but you didn’t count on moving into a new level, a new dimension of God this morning.

I want you to look at the person on your right and tell them, “I just stepped into a new season.”

“To everything there is a season, a time for every purpose under heaven” – Ecclesiastes 3:1

You see we serve a God of season. We see it in creation. God created the four seasons that are based upon the rotation of the Earth as it orbits the Sun. The seasons change as the earth moves, but the sun in our planetary system remains constant, and everything revolves around it.

In many ways we see the signature of the same artist in our lives. Much like the earth, our lives should revolve around the Son, Jesus Christ. Our lives will change, and we will enter and exit many seasons, but the Son remains constant yesterday, today and forever.

Just like we said earlier, we serve a God of seasons. But God doesn’t measure seasons with clocks and calendars, but through truth and revelation. Whenever God gives you a fresh Word, you’ve just stepped into a new season.

But just like our Scripture verse says, to everything there is a season. Every aspect of our lives is as to a season. And there is a purpose for those seasons. There is a reason for the season. There is a purpose for the process.

There are seasons you didn’t want to go through. But through those seasons you learned some things. And you wouldn’t have learned them if hadn’t gone through some things.

There are seasons you’ve gone through, that you don’t know why you had to. But there is a reason for that season.

And just because you are going through some stuff, or have gone through a rough season, doesn’t mean God is finished with you because “He who has begun a good work in you will complete it until the day of Jesus Christ.” It’s not just any old work, but a good work. You’ve just stepped into a new season.

This morning we are going to take a quick glance at the life of one disciple that I believe almost everybody can identify with. Of course I am talking of Peter. And Peter went through some seasons in his life.

And as we look at Peter’s life, we will discuss three key principles about stepping into a new season. If you are taking notes this morning write these down.

1. Stepping into a new season brings NEW CHANGES

Change is inevitable. It’s going to happen. We look outside at the world around us and notice things are different today than they were 10 years ago, last year or even yesterday. But remember we serve a God of seasons.

Even in His creation, He created the seasons. And each season is different than the others. Some are meant for things to grow, and others for things to die off. Hello, anybody. In some seasons the days are longer, in others the night.

Some times it seems your days, your mountaintop experiences with God last a long time, but then there are those seasons when the nighttime seems as if it will never end. In those long nights when the tears
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