2020 has been such a strange year. And yet the author of Ecclesiastes tells us it is far from strange in a world where everything is out of place. This is life under the sun. So pointlessly frustrating. But not without joy.
There is a season for everything. How do we interpret life in the moments that elude our grasp? In the experiences that are beyond our control? What priorities do these times reveal? What kind of encounter can rescue us from despair?
Even when "normal" returns, our passions and pursuits and pleasures will always deliver less than expected. But everything is beautiful in its time for the heart that aches for eternity.
In a season when every turn feels like chasing after wind, let's receive wisdom together for life under the sun.