Ecclesiastes 3:1–8 is arguably the best known text in Ecclesiastes. It reminds us that there is a time for everything and reminds us how to live in light of this truth. As Woodrow Kroll writes, “The omniscient hand of God has appointed a time when
These famous words from the well-known tragedy, Romeo and Juliet, were written by William Shakespeare in the early part of his career as a playwright. These words have been on my mind recently. I don’t believe I’m having flashbacks to my matric year when we
It has been well said that envy is an idol factory, which gives rise to other sins in our lives and leaves us dissatisfied and in a state of discontentment. Its destructive force extends to relationships around us. But we are never left without hope.
The opening verses of Proverbs 16 remind us of two stated facts in Scripture, which are also individual truths: God’s sovereignty and man’s responsibility. We neither want to minimise the character of God nor exalt man’s response in our consideration of these verses. God’s character