The Seasons of our Lives

If you don’t have a Power point viewer this link is for a free one that you can download then  click on The Seasons of our Lives  and enjoy.

About Freedomborn

My name is Anne although some call me Grannie Annie especially Children whom I share with in my Funday School . I live in Queensland Australia. I’m very much a People person believing we are all People of worth and unique, so I have much Joy in sharing with people personally and over the Internet. My main focus in life is my wonderful Friendship with Jesus Christ, without Him everything else would be meaningless, I have deep heartfelt thanks and appreciation that I'm a Spiritual Child of The King of Kings and I seek to share with others how truly wonderful that is with the hope they too will realize the same and be set free now.
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21 Responses to The Seasons of our Lives

  1. I just finished the powerpoint, Anne. So poignant and true. We each have a different seasons and each has a promise. Our God is truly magnificent in every ways He reveals himself to us. 🙂 Thank you.


    • Thank you Claire for taking the time to watch the Power Point, the Message really touched my heart too, we are all people of worth in God’s eyes in whatever Season we are in and so are others.

      It is why God tells us to Love even our enemies, one day they may be part of our Christian family, only God knows their hearts and what Season they are in.

      This helps me accept everyone that touches my life, not that I accept the wrong they do and say but I value them as God does, they are worthy to be saved.

      Blessings dear Claire – Anne.

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      • That’s so true, Anne. Everyone is valuable even those who have hurt us and who do wrong.


        • Claire do you confront those who hurt you in the Church and seek resolution or do you just ignore them? if you do seek to resolve the problem as Scripture confirms, how do you approach them? I would really value your impute about this.

          Blessings – Anne.


          • Anne, I can’t recall a time when something of sort happened in a way that needed immediate resolution although there are some brief moments of hurt or pain that I just choose to lift up in prayers. I guess my nature as an introvert and a highly sensitive person at that also choose to avoid conflict and just ask God to help me forgive. I step back a little and ultimately it’s His grace that pulls me back. Its His grace that helps me choose to love and serve despite the hurt and pain. I’d like to think it’s God’s way of asking me to love Him more by loving those who can be difficult to love.
            If I do need to approach and face the situation, I will ask that person to pray with me before we talk and listen to what we have to say to one another. I think the best outcome is both of you becoming better persons through the circumstances.

            I found this post by another blogger last month, I don’t know if it’s any help, feel free to check it out.


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            • Thank you Claire for your thoughts, your asking those who have hurt you to pray with you first is a great Idea as it sets the tone of the discussion, it’s than God centered and not worldly, so if it’s just a misunderstanding it’s able to be resolved but if not than repentance and forgiveness will be empowered through The Holy Spirit and as you shared this strengthens our Unity with each other.

              Yes I too ask God to help me to continue to Love and to do good if needed to those who hurt me but as confirmed in Scripture it is not our Heavenly Father who sends fleshy people to hurt us so our responses will become positive towards Him, it’s because we live in a fallen world that Satan controls, he hates us and seeks to harm us through those who are fleshy or worldly in their focus, he will motivate them to hurt us but when we continue to Love them which brings us close to God, Satan flees.

              Thanks again Clair – Christian Love – Anne.

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  2. Terri says:

    Anne, thank you so much for posting the link to this on my blog. It was just absolutely beautiful and touched me so deeply.


    • Thank you T for taking the time to come and watch this Power Point I’m pleased you were blessed, as you can see it has the same focus as your message which was so real and so full of feeling but I do feel sad for the woman that told you your Joy would fade, it never does when we keep our Focus on our Lord and remember the great Love He has for us His Redeemed Children, we are precious to Him and of great value.

      Wow how can we stop rejoicing in our heart and even if we have tears in our eyes we know we are never alone in the hard times.

      Blessings – Anne


  3. Not able to download on my system as I don’t use windows. Am adding it in some time. Right now I am focused on a house closing over next several weeks as am moving 800 miles north from Florida to North Carolina. I am sole caretaker of my father who is 91. I have book marked this post. Merry Christmas.


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  6. In all life’s seasons, we don’t have to walk alone. A precious post that comes from a heart that celebrates each season in all its pureness. Thanks for today’s inspiration and for reminding us that each season of our life is a blessing and a chance for new beginnings. God bles you and your family always.


    • Thank you dear Island Traveler for taking the time to watch my Power point, I know how very busy you are, I receive all of the comments from your Blog, but I don’t read them all but I do appreciate your replies, they are always personal and encouraging regardless of who they are, like your comments on other peoples Blogs, as we bless others so are we blessed.

      Christian Love from both of us – Anne.


    • Thank you for the pingback Island Traveler your very much an encourager, I would like to create a Power point for you, what would you like featured and the Theme?

      Blessings Anne


  7. Ron says:

    Lovely Powerpoint of Gods bounty for us all ,regardless of seasons , or conditions of life , His beauty is there for us to see and enjoy, all the time . Lets have the eyes that see it .

    Thanks Anne


    • Freedomborn says:

      Thanks Love for your kind words, this is a faviourite story that needed bringing to life with Pictures, as I put this Power Points together and others I have felt God blessing me even though all else seemed to be in conflict, this is how of course we learn and grow we can see His reality of all that is good in our hardship and suffering and His reflection reasures us of His Love and so we reach out to Him and He strengthens and sustains us through the Storms in our lives.

      Christian Love Anne


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  9. Anne this is really beautiful… are very talented. I had never heard the pear tree story. God Bless you.


    • Freedomborn says:

      Thank you J, I’m so pleased you liked the Story, I have another one you may like, I will post it for you . When I read a good story with a great message then I create a Power Point to Highlite it or Showcase it, I feel so blessed doing this, thank you again for expressing your enjoyment your very kind.

      Christian Love Anne


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