Change of season is defined on Merriam-Webster.com as: to give a different position, course, or direction to; alteration; transformation.
Ecclesiastes 3:17 (NLT) says, “I said to myself, “In due season God will judge everyone, both good and bad, for all their deeds.” In each season, things change. Change is inevitable. We can either embrace it or fight it. We need to keep changing and growing in knowledge and truth so that we can lead others, by example. God will judge everyone. Christians and non-Christians alike.
We need to all search ourselves. I have noticed that too many “Christians” point out others faults, but they are doing exactly the same thing. They don’t see it in themselves. Matthew 7:3 (NLT) says, “And why worry about a speck in your friend’s eye when you have a log in your own?” As Christians, we need to first, judge ourselves, our motives, and our walk with the Lord. During this autumn season, I challenge all of us to reflect inward and change what needs to be changed in us. Let’s use this time as a personal reflection in our own lives. We can better help others when we are not acting like non-Christians.
If you call yourself a Christian and are acting like a non-Christian, then you might not be where you need to be, as a Christian. I urge you to do an inward evaluation and see if you are following your feelings or if you are following the truth of the Bible. People should know that we’re different. Jesus was different.