Imagine trying to stay balanced on top of a ball. How long could you last? A few seconds? A few minutes? Perhaps longer?
This study will look at themes from Ecclesiastes 3:1-8 and the idea that there really is a season for everything. A lot of women want more balance in their life, but balance is hard to maintain. Instead of trying to stay perfectly balanced all the time (an impossible act!), the Bible challenges us to pay attention to the season of life we’re in and recognize the beautiful rhythms of life.
“C’mon girlfriends, the world is full of toe-tapping music placed there by the Creator. Yes, let’s pat our hands and even kick up our heels to celebrate the rising of the sun and the setting of the same. Solomon, the writer of Ecclesiastes, puts it this way: “To everything there is a season” (3:1). And in this study we will examine verses for mind-counsel and emotional encouragement. So once you’ve finished twirling about, settle in—with perhaps a glass of iced sweet tea, or a cup of steamy hot cocoa, depending on your season—and let’s listen for the rhythms that keep us in bloom.”
—Patsy Clairmont, from the foreward to A Time for Everything.
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Your free excerpt includes the first two chapters of A Time for Everything, “Spring and Summer, Winter and Fall” and “A Time for New Beginnings: Called to Something Fresh” Both sections include:
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“My hope and prayer is that through this study you’ll not only recognize the wondrous season God has you in right now but that you’ll embrace it as a gift and, in the process, become more Christlike each and every day.”
—Margaret Feinberg (Author of A Time for Everything)
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