Everything Has A Time

Everything Has A Time

We presently have gone to the third part, which portrays the blend of contrary energies we would say.

All through this section the thought is propounded that there is a proper time for the entirety of life’s encounters.


There is a proper time for everything, the horrendous just as lovely encounters.

This isn’t only a depiction of what occurs throughout everyday life; it is a portrayal of what God sends.


There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity under heaven.


Ecclesiastes 3:1

A considerable lot of us know about the Four Spiritual Laws, the first is, God loves you and has an awesome arrangement for your life.

That is the arrangement that is gone ahead here. Up and down, the Searcher is saying that God wants to bring happiness into human experience.

Numerous individuals think Ecclesiastes is a book of agony and negativity as a result of the discoveries dependent on the essayist’s restricted perspective on those things under the sun, the noticeable things of life.

In any case, that isn’t the message of the book. God plans us to have bliss, and His program to achieve it incorporates every one of these contrary energies.


On the off chance that you look cautiously, you will see that these eight opening stanzas accumulate around three significant divisions that relate, incredibly, to the divisions of our mankind: life elements.


The initial four sets manage the body: an opportunity to be conceived and a chance to pass on (Ecclesiastes 3:2).

Notice how this applies to the genuine life. None of us requested to be conceived; it was a done thing to us, aside from us.

None of us requests to bite the dust; it is something God decides.

So this is the manner in which we should see this rundown of contrary energies, as a rundown of what God figures we should have.

It starts by blending birth and passing as the limits of life under the sun.


At that point the Searcher moves into the domain of the spirit with its elements of reasoning, feeling, and picking—the social territories—and all the interrelationships of life that stream from that.

Stanza 4 advises us there is a chance to sob and an opportunity to snicker, a chance to grieve and a chance to move. Every one of these things follow intently, and they are generally fitting.

Nobody will get away from the damages and distresses of life is the thing that he is saying here. God picked them for us. In a fallen world it is correct that there will be seasons of hurt, of distress and sobbing.

The last six of these alternate extremes identify with the soul, to the inward choices, the profound responsibilities.

There is a chance to look [for work, marriage, new friends] and an opportunity to surrender (Ecclesiastes 3:6).

The occasion will inevitably arrive when we ought to abridge certain kinships or change our positions, for example, and lose what we had previously.

It is legitimate and fitting that these occasions should come.


The entirety of this is God’s brilliant arrangement for your life.

The issue, obviously, is that it isn’t our arrangement for our life.

In the event that we were given the option to design our lives we would have no repulsiveness by any stretch of the imagination.

However, that would destroy us. God realizes that individuals who are shielded from everything perpetually wind up being difficult to live with; they are childish, unfeeling, horrendous, shallow, and corrupt. God sends these things all together that we may be instructed.

There is a period for everything, the Searcher says.

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