People can never predict when hard times might come. Like fish in a net or birds in a trap, people are caught by sudden tragedy.
It comes like a spark flying through the air never expected almost always sudden and terrifying makes your heart pound in anxious worry making you either falter away from God or draw closer to him in his hopes that you will draw closer to him as he pulls you through the toughest spots ahead for there is no mountain that can’t be moved in God’s paths just gotta have faith sudden tragedy is not of God he doesn’t want us to have pain and discouragement it is work of the devil trying to bring you down just gotta have faith it’s a test of faith in the works and you need to have an open mind to find acceptance of that which may come at you
You need to stay focused on strength and guidance to pull through
God is excluded from people’s lives. It is really man’s ignorance of God’s plans and purposes for humanity that fed into Solomon’s disturbing conclusions.
The entire book of Ecclesiastes appears to cover how the injustices and disadvantages of life are common to all people, and that no one escapes the final consequences of being born into the human race – i.e. no one escapes death. But through it all, Solomon is able to reach a wise and godly conclusion, when he finally acknowledges the need to stop self-strivings, to fear God, and to allow the Lord to guard our hearts and guide our steps.
The important lesson of Ecclesiastes is that no amount of learning, experience, wealth, privilege, or power, can compare with the secure position we have in Christ – but that when wisdom, skill, prosperity, and power, are under God’s sovereign influence and subject to His control, then life has meaning. May we take to heart this compelling message of Ecclesiastes – that life is meaningless without the Lord sitting on the throne of our lives, but when God is put in His rightful position in our heart, then we are kept by His almighty power.