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Embracing God’s Next Season

I recently celebrated another birthday and suddenly realised that whereas once, I used to look forward with eager anticipation to every upcoming birthday, these days I’m just as happy if they don’t come around quite as quickly. I remember, especially, when I was 16 that I couldn’t wait until it was my 17th birthday so that I could book in for my driver’s licence test. That was back in the day when you could book in for your driving test the day you turned 17 and undertake the test the next week!

But I have recently been reflecting again on that remarkable passage in Ecclesiastes 3. Here, the “teacher” reminds us that life comes to us in seasons. He reminds us that there is “a time to be born and a time to die…. a time to plant and a time to uproot…. a time to weep and a time to laugh”. We all love the times of love and laughter and those seasons in which everything is just as we would like it to be. Yet, the “teacher” wants to remind us that life is filled with seasons that come and go – that life, in one sense, never stands still.

Even as we have entered the season of autumn, many of us are relieved that God has built seasons into the very fabric of nature. After a long, hot summer, it is wonderful to enjoy some cooler evenings and fresh mornings. Of course, some of you diehards are already longing for the heat of summer. But even that reminds us that while seasons come and go, God has always given his people something to look forward to. In fact, later in this same passage, the “teacher” reminds us that “God has set eternity in the human heart” (Ecc 3:11). As the people of God, we have an in-built longing for our eternal home! At our recent QB Conference, a dear fellow pastor and friend said to me, “I just can’t wait for heaven and the chance to see Jesus face-to-face”. This is the ‘blessed hope’ of which the Apostle Paul speaks in Titus 2:13. We live with that hope, don’t we?

But for now, we can be well content with the changing seasons of life that God brings our way. Indeed, he is the Master of the seasons of nature and of our own individual seasons.  

As we come to the end of the Book of Ecclesiastes, we are reminded of how we should approach every season that comes our way. In his last chapter the “teacher” says to us, “here is the conclusion of the matter: Fear God and keep his commandments. This is the whole duty of humankind” (Ecc 12:13). No matter the season we are in, whether it be a somewhat brutal summer of relentless heat and even suffering,or the refreshing spring of new beginnings and fresh starts, one thing is sure, our God never changes. His enduring love and faithful hand will be there to keep us and guide us at every turn until we finally see Jesus face-to-face. Praise God!

Peter Francis – Malyon Principal