There isn’t one word or thought or action or motive that slides away without notice or observation by God. Everything is under the Judge of his microscope. Everything is picked over and sifted through. Everything matters because God cares about it all.
Death is the great leveler of life. No matter whether you're good or bad, rich or poor, healthy or not, death comes to all. But, why can death teach us about life? In this study of Ecclesiastes 9:2-18, we learn that death teaches us how to live, and that the God- given gift of wisdom brings meaning to our life, our work, our relationships, and even suffering and death.
The Bible really is a relevant book. It speaks to us about God his creation and how we are to relate him as God. It tells the story of Rebellion and restoration and gives the means and direction to live a healthy life while we live. Our relationship with Jesus Christ is extremely practical. Let's look at three characteristics of a healthy life redeemed by the blood of Christ and living under his reign.
He doesn’t have to give us the opportunity to see him and know him but he does. He takes no offense at those who have questions about him. He is completely willing to lay himself open to us, as far as finite man can understand.
In this noisy world we live in it's so easy to let the voice of God and the wisdom it brings be drown out. A life of integrity comes as the believer submits himself to the teaching of the Word and the leading of the Holy Spirit.
Everything we experience is designed to draw us into a deeper level of dependence on and trust in the Lord and what we experienced is designed to provide opportunities for an expression of obedience and spiritual growth.