January 1, 2012

Turn, Turn, Turn

Filed under: Uncategorized — andykiff @ 11:00 am

Ecclesiastes 3:1 For everything there is a season, and a time for every matter under heaven:

Ah, the only part of the Bible that makes me wish I still had my 12-string electric guitar!

At the start of the year, when my mind’s more on the passing of time and the path of the future than usual, it’s also a particularly fitting start to my reading plan.  It reminds me that, whatever I plan or resolve for the next year and beyond, there is so much that’s outside my control.  There are seasons to go through in life and I don’t know what this year holds for the good or bad.

What I do know is that You are unchanging and remain faithful, whatever I’m going through.  You have a purpose that goes beyond my limited sight.

“All of my life, in every season, You are still God, I have a reason to sing, I have a reason to worship.”



  1. Hi Andy
    The common question is why some people suffer more bad seasons than others. I never resolve this one. What are your thoughts?

    Comment by Lynda — January 1, 2012 @ 9:48 pm

  2. I wish I had a neat and tidy answer to that, as I do for so many questions! I know that I’ve not been through any seriously bad times – sometimes I feel like I’m just waiting for something bad to come along, because I know it will. All I can hope and pray is that I appreciate the good seasons and stay strong enough in the bad seasons that I can learn from them and help others who go through the same.

    Comment by andykiff — January 1, 2012 @ 10:41 pm

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