Happy New Year! I am actually finding it very hard to process that we are into a new year. I’m not sure if it is because I am reeling from a bit of post traumatic something or other from 2020 or if it’s because in truth, not much has changed when it comes to how life is going for me. Either way, here we are and I am looking forward to really digging into my goals for the new year.
One of my goals for this year is to dig deeper into God’s word. I generally have this as an overarching goal but sometimes I just find myself in a season of spiritual drought. These are the times when I just find it so hard to pray or have the want or desire to open the bible and dig into God’s word. These are the times when it is a struggle to get myself up and out of bed for church on Sunday and I do all I can to find every excuse to just not do it.
This week on the Married and Replanting Podcast Dusty and I talk about some of these seasons. Dusty talks about a time that was hard on both of us in our ministry and how we both found ourselves just drained and needing more. We also talk about some things we have done to help navigate out of that season.
Spiritual drought happens to even the most dedicated of Christians. There are numerous places in Scripture where we can see the men and women that carry the story of the gospel go through their own seasons of spiritual drought. The thing to remember is that even though they felt that God was far away they remembered, in time, that God was still there with them. That is our goal as well.
So join us as we discuss our seasons of spiritual drought or dryness. And as always we would love to hear from you. So leave us a comment, a rating or a review and let us know how you have navigated through your seasons of spiritual drought.