God’s Process of Life’s Events | Judges 7

It’s been a rough last 8 days honestly. Honestly the last year has been a crazy rollar-coaster of the good, bad & ugly. This is what sermon notes I got from Judges 7. This whole time I keep skipping the invitation God has given me to move out of this season of my life. Which has put me through negative event after event, when it could of been an easier way out. Well.. I needed to find something related to this, that’s when I went over to visitlifepoint.com and I clicked on the “It will NOT end this way..” and I have to say it has really opened my eyes.

5 Easy Steps To Embrace The Process of Life's Events | Judges 7

If you get used to something after a few years, you think, this is as good as it gets, but God has a plan for you.. You just have to embrace the process, you must embrace the process of the event in order to get out of that event and move on to the next positive event. It wont end this way, IF you’re  willing to embrace the process. 

You learned much more in the process than you do in the actual event. So instead of living from event to event.

You should live from life event -> process -> process -> event -> process and etc etc. 

Sometimes we think we are living event to event. So when bad things/events happen, we think, “if I can have one good thing happen everything will be better..”

So when the happy events happen, we think it will take us out of the sad event we were in, but it’s not going to unless you learn the process you’re suppose to in that event in life. God is not a God that works from event to event, He’s a God of process.

5 Ways to Embrace the Process

Intention – How we perceive someone or something determines how we respond. We have to believe God has good intentions for us.

Invitation – God is constantly inviting out of the thing that has you stuck. Sometimes we “misplace” the invitation because it is wrapped in an instruction that we are unwilling to obey.

Instruction – We may not follow the instruction because it seems ridiculous, but if you want to see the miraculous, you have to get comfortable with the ridiculous.

Impartation – It is more than information. It is deposited into your soul causing you to move into action. Impartation will smother your fear.

Imitation – If you imitate the Father, He will fight the battle for you. We have to seek Him to know what He is doing.

We often miss the invitation from God because it’s really an instruction. God is calling us out of our pain & struggles of our past. We sometimes don’t want the instruction because it looked crazy, we’re thinking. God are you crazy? Don’t blame God for your unwillingness to obey God’s instruction. If you don’t follow the crazy instruction we don’t get to see the crazy miracle. 

5 Easy Steps To Embrace The Process of Life's Events | Judges 7

What has been one of the most memorable events in your life?

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Natalie is a North Carolina single mom who enjoys the simple things in life such as live music, great food, travel. When she’s not blogging, you can probably find her making graphics, binging netflix or spending time with friends.


  1. Judy Cox says:

    This was an interesting post. My daughter loves passages like this so I copied it for her and sent it to her. Thanks!!!!

  2. This is a great article about life processes.

  3. Thanks for this inspiration! I definitely have things in my life that I need to “embrace” right now.

  4. With me it always seems to be one step forward and two steps back.

  5. Natalie says:

    I really needed to read this today. I have been going through some difficult life events.

  6. Interesting read. Thanks.

  7. What an insightful post! Have a great week.

  8. Deb Klein says:

    Thanks for this inspiration!

  9. Alejandra Carreno says:

    My girlfriend loves this…passed it along.

  10. This is a lovely post, thank you so much for it 🙂

  11. Thanks for sharing this! Makes a lot of sense.

  12. Bailey Dexter says:

    What a great post! Thanks for sharing!

  13. Debra Holloway says:

    Very inspiring review, it was also informative. Thanks for sharing your thoughts.

  14. Judy Thomas says:

    It’s lovely to read.Thank you

  15. Susan Smith says:

    Thanks for this inspiration! I could use some, it’s been a rough week.

  16. Christie says:

    Thanks for this post, we could all use some positive inspiration instead of all this hate and negativity that we see on social media.

  17. Very interesting and inspirational post, thank you

  18. Thanks for sharing!

  19. Jeanna Massman says:

    Beautiful thoughts! Thanks for posting them.

  20. Lindsay Giedosh says:

    I’m not a religious person but I can still appreciate the sentiment behind things like this. They’re so helpful to keep in mind through life from day to day

  21. Seyma Shabbir says:

    I enjoyed reading this post. I think they are all great steps and suggestions. Good luck on your life journey as well.

  22. Lisa Aliperti says:

    Oh, the impatience through the process. This left me with food for thought. Thank you!

  23. I’m not religious but I feel like these things can apply to anyone’s life situation!

  24. I definitely struggle with the process of things sometimes, especially when it’s out of my control! Great tips!

  25. Stephanie Larison says:

    God definitely has a plan for me. Even if it’s not the plan I thought it would be, or the way my life would’ve went, He has a bigger plan.

  26. Jerry Marquardt says:

    Thank you for enlightening me today. I really enjoy reading passages, and your post is a blessing..

  27. Very interesting, thanks.

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