Encouragement From Our Daily Bread…

Good morning Dear Friends,

Such an already busy, busy week. It is so good to be back home and sharing these wonderful encouragements.

Keep in the Word. It is your time with Jesus and as I tell my children when they wake up…He is right there waiting to fellowship.

When they go to sleep…He is right there waiting to tuck them in in prayer.

He loves each of you so very much.

Keep seeking Him…

k xoxo

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Our Daily Bread — A Season For Everything

November 6, 2013

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Our Daily Bread is hosted by Les Lamborn

READ: Ecclesiastes 3:1-8

To everything there is a season. —Ecclesiastes 3:1

In the 1960s, the folk-rock band The Byrds popularized the song “Turn! Turn! Turn!” It climbed to the top spot on theBillboard Hot 100 chart and gained worldwide popularity. People seemed captivated by the lyrics. Interestingly, though, except for the last line, those lyrics are from the Old Testament book of Ecclesiastes.

“To everything there is a season,” proclaims the writer of Ecclesiastes, “a time for every purpose under heaven” (3:1). He then lists some of the seasons in human experience: birth and death, gain and loss, tears and laughter, mourning and dancing. Just as the seasons in nature change, so do the seasons in our lives. Our circumstances never stay the same for long.

Sometimes we welcome change in our lives. But often it is difficult, especially when it involves sorrow and loss. Yet even then we can be thankful that God does not change. “I am the Lord,” He said through the prophet Malachi, “I do not change” (Mal. 3:6).

Because God remains the same, we can rely on Him through the shifting seasons of life. His presence is always with us (Ps. 46:1), His peace has the power to guard our hearts (Phil. 4:7), and His love provides security for our souls (Rom. 8:39). —Jennifer Benson Schuldt

A mighty fortress is our God,
A bulwark never failing;
Our helper He amid the flood
Of mortal ills prevailing. —Luther

God’s unchanging nature is our security during seasons of change.

Bible in a year: Jeremiah 37-39; Hebrews 3

Article Credit: odb.org

Picture Credit: Pictures.com


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