Do you live in the country? Live on a farm? Wish you lived one of those lifestyles? Do you have a great devotion to St. Isidore the farmer? Is stewardship over creation an important virtue to you? Are you looking for ways to further enhance your living of the liturgical year? Than this is the prayer book for you!
My mom always says, “The Lord works in mysterious ways.” This statement would usually be made after I had come to her with one of those moments where I exhibited pure foolishness, or when He just threw a complete curveball in my life.
I am the first to admit that I love putting my life on autopilot and just cruising along. It’s easy to go to church and attend Bible study while things are going well and life is just easy.
Some scholars believe that the wisdom Solomon gained led him to grasp the fulfillment and meaning of a monogamous marriage.
The theme of impatience is continued in this chapter, but is more geared towards the hearts of the mistreated.
It is too easy to live in waiting for the next best thing. Whether it be marriage, children, or missions, our flesh has an uncanny way of keeping our eyes off the present.
Hello Beautiful Sisters:) Jesus loves each one of us, as if there was only one of us!
There is no easy way to read this verse, but perhaps no greater understanding than that of the Christian woman.
Verses 1 through 5 certainly advise us to be mindful of not only what we pray for, but how we pray for them.
As most things in life, work started off as a gift from the Lord Genesis 2:15 but was soon turned to a nec-essary evil as a result of the fall Genesis 3:17-19. The fall tends to distort most good, God-given things as is the case with working just for the sake of one- upping your friends or keeping up with the Jones’.
There is an appointed time for everything.
And there is a time for every event under heaven—give birth and a time to die;
In Chapter Two, the teacher seeks the value of pleasures and possessions, stating in detail what he’s done to chase after earthly things.
For the next few days, we are going to be diving deep into the depths of Solomon’s soul, as he reflects on the meaning of life.