Daily Scripture: Ecclesiastes 3:4




A time to cry and a time to laugh. A time to grieve and a time to dance.
Ecclesiastes 3:4

This scripture which is relevant to our time is about time itself. There is  a right time and a right season for the emotions we express. The Yardbirds made Ecclesiastes famous in their 1960's hit song, Turn, Turn, Turn. You can make Ecclesiastes 3:4 work famously for your lifestyle. Cry, laugh, grieve, and dance when the time is right, it's God's way of showing us the importance of turning with the seasons.   


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