Something new under the sun : ancient wisdom for by Ray Pritchard
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SHINING THE LIGHT * How many hours have you wasted in the last week? * Suppose that tomorrow you were given five extra hours. How would you use them for the greatest possible good? -*MORE LIGHT FROM GOD'S WORD Read Psalm 31:15; Acts 1:7; and Romans 12:9-12. 24. TIMES AND SEASONS A time to be born and a time to die, a time to plant and a time to uproot, a time to kill and a time to heal, a time to tear down and a time to build. Ecclesiastes 3:2-3 The meaning of the above verses is transparent: In this changing world, nothing stays the same.
Whose steps are you following? And who is following you right now? -*MORE LIGHT FROM GOD'S WORD Read Joshua 1:1-3; Malachi 3:7; and Hebrews 11:17. 16. AM I WISE OR AM I FOOLISH? I saw that wisdom is better than folly, just as light is better than darkness. The wise man has eyes in his head, while the fool walks in the darkness; but I came to realize that the same fate overtakes them both. Ecclesiastes 2:13-14 Sergei Nikolaev, pastor of the Temple of the Gospel in St. Petersburg, Russia, knows Billy Graham well, having served as the evangelist's translator during one of Graham's missions to Moscow.
We will never understand the inequities of life when we take a short-term view. Bad things do happen to good people and bad people sometimes get away with murder. One man gets cancer and dies at forty-two; another lives for ninety-five years—but the first man was godly and the second was not. How can this be? The person of faith must assume that there are other factors that go beyond what we can see. However, if we take the long-term view our vision becomes much clearer. There truly is a moral order to the universe.