Dealing with Life’s Conditions & Timing

“Why is it that when circumstances aren’t “good” or going the way we desire, that we assume that something is wrong and out of control?  to be sure, if we sin we should expect there will be consequences, but in the normal course of life there are ups and downs.  Some people think everything that is “up” is of God and everything that is “down” is from Satan.  Although this might be true at times, the greater truth is that God is sovereign and ALWAYS in control.  If the greatest biblical examples such as Joseph, Moses, Daniel, David, Job, Paul, and so many others who experienced suffering and hardship within the will of God for their lives, then how should we deal with the same?”

Introduction to Ecclesiastes 3 by Danny Isom WalkWithTheWord.org

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