I am coming to terms with there being a time or season for everything. We have been out of our previous home for 1.5 years. By the time we close, it will be 2 years. It feels as if it has been a long time coming. Except, by the time we are in there it will feel like the time we waited, was no time at all. I know that. That is what seems to happen with every season. It seems to drag on eternally, until one day you look back and realize that the season has passed.
So I am going to appreciate this season for what it is. In the end, I will have a beautiful home to share with my family. A chance to start over new.
|This will be the 2nd entrance (plus sewer) into our community, the newest development changes since the last week.|
Ecclesiastes 3:1-13 There is an opportune time to do things, a right time for everything on the earth: a right time for birth and another for death, a right time to plant and another to reap, a right time to kill and another to heal, a right time to destroy and another to construct, a right time to cry and another to laugh, a right time to lament and another to cheer, a right time to make love and another to abstain, a right time to embrace and another to part, a right time to search and another to count your losses, a right time to hold on and another to let go, a right time to rip out and another to mend, a right time to shut up and another time to speak up, a right time to love and another to hate, a right time to wage war and another to make peace. God made everything beautiful in itself and in its time - but he's left us in the dark so we can never know what God is up to, whether he's coming or going. I've decided that there's nothing better to do than go ahead and have a good time and get the most we can out of life. That's it - eat, drink, and make the most of your job. It's God's gift. I've also concluded that whatever God does, that's the way it's going to be, always. God's done it and that's it. That's so we'll quit asking questions and simply worship in holy fear.