About Ecclesiastes 3: 8. – “A time of war, and a time of peace. ”
About Ecclesiastes 3: 8. and Quietness
This is the principle of “struggles and quietness.” Indeed, the life of man is strewn with stability and instability. There are ups and downs. Life is a succession of joys and misfortunes, of victories and failures, of blessings and curses, of joys and sorrows, peace and anxiety, of stability and instability, of peace and struggle.
On the one hand, there is a period where we are in peace. There everything is fine. It’s the time of carelessness, where everything is peaceful where everything seems to go for the best. When there are no struggles. It is the absence of all that are struggles of everyday life. It is between claws the moment of rest. This is the moment we blow a little. This is the moment when we relax a little. This is the moment when we cross our arms because everything is fine and seems to roll on good wheels. This moment is similar to the moment of joy. The principle of joy and carelessness are complementary.
Again, we must be reassured if this moment of tranquility is realistic and certain because it can happen where we think we are at peace and yet, in reality, this is not the case. It is, therefore, necessary to examine this moment carefully so as not to be the victim of unpleasant surprises. This is why we must spend this moment with God in his will, his way, and his time.
On the other hand, there are also moments when we face situations that must lead us to battles, to struggles that can be on the military, economic, social, mental, moral, spiritual because the world in which we live is in a certain precariousness.
About Ecclesiastes 3: 8. and Struggles
When the time comes for struggles, we must call on our courage, endurance, perseverance, patience, faith, and optimism. Let’s not be afraid to face the trials of life. Instead of fleeing them, we must confront them, overcome them. I have a word for you, to you who read this article, do not forget that it is the circumstances that make the man. Accept, therefore, the battles, the challenges of life: they will make you even stronger and experienced. The trials of life allow us to have experienced and especially to forge our character.
Life is our teacher, and we are his students. And generally, we learn more about life through the obstacles, the trials, the challenges, the difficulties we face in the course of our existence.
Awareness, maturity, knowledge, innovation, progress most often come from the challenges or obstacles that we overcome. Is it not said that he who risks nothing has nothing?
“All things are possible to the believer” as the Bible says (Mark 9:23). Do you want to be a winner or a champion in your life? To accept the battles that life is confronting you. He has no real happiness without suffering.
The Effort Makes Strong
The best way to make a living is to fight. Life is not magic. The effort makes strong. At the end of the effort, there is also a reward. I have told my relatives sometimes: ” To find a place in the sun, you have to let yourself be burned by the sun.”
I’m talking to the one who reads this article right now: Do you find that life is unfair because you are confronted with situations beyond your comprehension? Take your trouble, and take life on the right side. Smile to life, and she will smile at you too.
Have the realities and challenges of life made you fall? Get up and go on your way. Because the one who fights can lose, but the one who does not fight has already lost. Do not despair. You must be the first person who believes in you, your strengths, and your abilities.
Through Your Daily Struggles
Through your daily struggles: write your own story. Make challenges difficult. Banish your lexicon: despair, abandonment, suicide. No. Do not let a bad situation make you believe that you are a bad person.
Every human being has psychic, moral, spiritual, physical struggles. So you are not the only one in such a situation. Be a hero. Brave life and she will reward you. Flee laziness.
I do not know what the challenges you are facing right now are. But I know one thing: you can do it. Take the example of the ant, the snail, the torture […]: slowness does not necessarily mean failure. This is why it was by perseverance that these animals could reach the ark of Noah.
The End of a Struggle Is Better Than Its Beginning
A council does not look at the ups and downs, the beginning of a situation, but looks at the end. Because ” the end of a thing is better than its beginning.” Says the Bible (Ecclesiastes 7: 8). And in other words, the end of a struggle is better than its beginning. Yes, anything can change at any time. You can go from failure to victory, from uncertainty to certainty, from weakness to fortress. Do you understand? It all depends on the mind you have. Never give up. Always keep faith and morale. And above all, you place your trust exclusively in the goodness, the mercy, and the grace of the God who created you and loves you so much.
Life is a competition in which one will not ask who started the competition, but rather who crossed the finish line or who won the prize. Do you know? There is a champion sleeping in you. Awake it! Yes, you are a champion. I urge you to keep this thought in you. You can also do exploits. You can also do great things. You can also reach high peaks. You can also make your way, a place in life. In reality, no man is useless on this earth. You also have importance and value. All men have the same faculties, so it is up to everyone to know how to make good use of it. No one is born lazy. It is the man who becomes lazy. It is the man who cultivates laziness.
All Struggle Is at First Spiritual
Do not be afraid to chess because failure inspires the loser and leads him to the next victory. If each man understood the meaning of the principle of struggle, then the struggles (challenges, difficulties, obstacles) will be understood as steps to climb to a summit. When the time comes for struggles, what you need is optimism, iron morale, faith, and unwavering trust in God. Do not worry about having God on your side because all struggle is the first spiritual. And with God, we are more than conquerors in Jesus Christ, our Lord, and personal Savior. Amen!
Let’s read the following passages: Galatians 5: 22 / 2 Corinthians 13: 11 / John 14: 27 / John 16: 33 / Romans 5: 1 / Romans 8: 6 / Romans 12: 18 / Romans 14: 17, 19 / Ephesians 4 : 3 / Philippians 4: 7 / Ephesians 6: 11-13 / 1 Thessalonians 5: 1-3 / 2 Timothy 2: 22 / Hebrews 12: 14 / Jeremiah 4: 10 / Jeremiah 8: 11, 15 / Jeremiah 23: 17 / Jeremiah 28: 9 / Jeremiah 29: 11 / Acts 14: 22 / Acts 20: 23 /1 Thessalonians 3: 3, 4 / 2 Thessalonians 1: 4 / James 4: 1.
This is all about Ecclesiastes 3: 8. according to struggles and quietness. Thomson Dablemond suggests you read the conclusion on the series of articles entitled: The Principles of Life and Time.