What do workers gain from their toil? I have seen the burden God has laid on the human race.
He has made everything beautiful in its time. He has also set eternity in the human heart; yet no one can fathom what God has done from beginning to end.
Bible Language English. Change Language. Read Full Chapter. Bible App. Bible Lens. Ron Gagne, M. Posted in Faith. At times the events of day-to-day living can overwhelm us. We attempt each day, as best we can, to deal with the gifts and challenges that life gives in order to gain some modicum of peace and hope. But, as in the past few weeks, our news from around the globe can touch us deeply and make it difficult to cope and maintain our usually hopeful attitude.
The Jewish scriptures offer us an opportunity to reflect on the variety and challenges that happen to all of us. And on and on we grow and go—unless we resist. When crisis comes, resistance is the normal first response.mulepax.com/wp-includes/titan/296-la-pela.php
7. A Time for Everything
It's self-protective, yet in the long run, it becomes self-destructive. With every crisis comes a choice—to resist or to accept, to respond in fear or in faith, to say yes or no.
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If we remember that there is a gift in every crisis or challenge—in every transition of life—we will be able to go with the flow more easily. As we discover the gift in every season, we learn to trust that loving, divine purpose behind it. Then the current of life can carry us off to new adventures, more rewarding and exciting than any we may have chosen in a resistant state of mind.
In his book Finding Yourself in Transition , Unity minister and teacher Robert Brumet explains the three distinct stages we all tend to go through in every major transition. Each one begins with an Ending—something or someone we must let go of before we can begin anew.
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After an Ending comes the Void—a time of grief, disorientation, and eventually acceptance of the change. Then we're ready for the New Beginning itself. As with the seasons of nature, these stages cannot be rushed and they require whatever time it takes to pass through them and to receive their gifts. Robert Brumet offers 10 practical steps to help us through what is undoubtedly the most difficult stage of transition: the Void. We all prefer our life changes to occur smoothly and naturally.
But when they come at us with all the force of a perfect storm, we can remember that these are intense opportunities for transformation.