There is a right time for everything, and everything on earth will happen at the right time. (Ecclesiastes 3:1 ERV)
There are times you go through things in life wondering “why me”? Why am I going through this thing..every one has something different yet equally important that brings change to their life.
It seems to me that there are times in the quiet of our spirit where God whispers his direction. Some people are very good at hearing this word and acting on it. Others of us are so consumed by the noise in our lives that we don’t hear that quiet voice leading us and we keep going down that path we were directed to three years or three months ago. Now, we love to quote “What God has for me is for me!” We love to remind people of that simple truth when we don’t get something We Thought was ours, it implies that if it was from God it would be ours without having to do much at all. Well that might be true in more ways than one.
God speaks to us for direction and growth, his word tells us that there is a time in our life when will experience the fullness of living. Listen for God to direct your life but never forget that you must experience each season in your life to its fullness.
There is a time to be born and a time to die. There is a time to plant and a time to pull up plants. There is a time to kill and a time to heal. There is a time to destroy and a time to build. There is a time to cry and a time to laugh. There is a time to be sad and a time to dance with joy. There is a time to throw weapons down and a time to pick them up. There is a time to hug someone and a time to stop holding so tightly. There is a time to look for something and a time to consider it lost. There is a time to keep things and a time to throw things away. There is a time to tear cloth and a time to sew it. There is a time to be silent and a time to speak. There is a time to love and a time to hate. There is a time for war and a time for peace. (Ecclesiastes 3:2-8 ERV)
And this is WHY, things happen to you! But trust this thing:
God gave us the ability to think about his world, but we can never completely understand everything he does. And yet, he does everything at just the right time. (Ecclesiastes 3:11 ERV)