Discerning your season is just as important as it's corresponding action. First discern what season you are in, THEN act. When there is no harvest and times are lean, we gather what seed we have and sow. As God begins to increase, we come into harvest time. There are times for fellowship and there are times appointed for solitude. Neither the lean times nor the solitary times are bad; they are merely a season and we will get through them better if we understand them and determine the appropriate action.
There is also a time to fight and a time to curl up and hold on. Determine whether you are in a fight or a storm. If a tornado were heading straight toward you, you would not take a fighting stance and raise your fists to fight. Pummeling the storm won't help. It is a time for shelter. It is a time to hold on to what will not move and survive the storm. Equally important: when it is time to stand and fight, you will lose if you curl up in a corner and cover your head. See the importance of knowing what season you are in BEFORE you react?
There is no shame or weakness in holding on and waiting until the storm passes... that is wisdom. Wisdom determines your season before moving into action. Today, I just want to encourage you to read Ecclesiastes 3 and look at your season. Whatever that season may be, embrace it and act accordingly. Every season serves a purpose... some just aren't as pleasant as others.
You are blessed,