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Interpretation of Ecclesiastes 31-8The Bible verses Ecclesiastes 31-8 are Solomons words as he is telling of the relationship that we may have with God and of His master plan We are to understand Gods impeccable timing absolute control magnificent grace and eternal glory The beginning of the excerpt makes the point that every event that will ever take place on Earth has a designated time that it will happen As such it has already been planned out by someone or something greater than anyone on this Earth God The Lord God has a time for you to be born and to die a time for life and for death We are also told that nothing in this world is permanent by the verse a time to tear down and a time to build up We are reminded that there is an appropriate time to mourn but when that time has expired we should rejoice dance and celebrate life Also in mourning toward the end of the excerpt we learn of the Jewish ritual of tearing apart clothes to honor the deceased Again this is appropriate until it is time again to sew and rejoice life It is also conveyed to us that in Gods plan there exhibits profit and loss Profit is the result of our dependence upon God and loss is the result in our stray from God There exists an appropriate time to speak out in His plan and also a time to remain silent There is a time for war and for peace - in the Bible Jesus states there will be times of war and rumors of war until His return so we should neither be in shock from these circumstances nor in fearOne of the main purposes of Ecclesiastes 31-8 is to tell us that Gods plan for us includes both happiness and sadness and we should not be greatly alarmed by the situations in life that allow for these
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