For those who are careful enough, it is a right time to talk about "time" again. *winks* Recently, I seem to begin to focus my attention to one element in the bible beside God Himself — Time.
I have talked about time in two of previous blogs: One is from Psalm 90:12 about number our days and gain wisedom, and the other is from Matt 24:22 about time fastered by God for the good of the living. For those who have not read those two blogs and are curious enough to read, feel free to click on these two links and feel free comment.
This time, I would like to add my previous thought on what numbering our days may be. As I mentioned before, to number our days should be to know the season of God in our life because "Day" in Jewish accident writing means a period of time — years, months, weeks, days, hours, etc. Then I found two addons, one is at Ecc 3:1,2-8,
"To everything there is season, A time for every purpose under heave: A time to be born, And a time to die; A time to plant, And a time to pluck what is planted; …" (NKJV)
The meanings is very obvious — there is a time/season for everything. The other addon, ECC 8:5,6,
"… And a wise man’s heart descerns both time and judgement (or procedure), Because for every matter there is a time and judgment (or procedure). …" (NKJV)
In other word, the wise know time (when to do a thing) and judgment or procedure (how to do it). Are these two not in the hearts of all who seek wisdom?
At the end of the day, I want to say that thanks God for blessing this day, today, and everyone who shares this day with me in a special way. *winks*hugs*
Be happy, be joyful, be content