“There’s an opportune time to do things, a right time for everything on the earth:” – Ecclesiastes 3:1 MSG
The bible says that there is an opportune time to do things. I wish to use the word ‘opportune’ is the context where it implies advantage. Opportune refers to a convinient time or an advantagious time. Opportune also means a suitable time for a particular purpose.
The bible says there is an opportune time to do things. In life, we might have open windows to do several things. Some times, we create our own opportune times in life.
If a young man wants to have sex with a young lady, he might as well create an opportune for himself or wait for one. Creating one will be probably making room for time alone with the lady in question at a very confined place. Waiting for one could be, anticipating a time where the lady will be in a circumstance that can allow him to have his way. Examples will be; when the lady needs help he alone seemingly can give, or when the lady comes around, or when the lady is off her guard, probably drunk or something else etc.
In all these instances, we see opportune time in play. There is an opportune time to do things. There are times that give room for you to have the advantage.there are times suitable for cheating, lying, stealing, misbehaving and the likes. But the bible goes on to make another profound statement.
There’s an opportune time to do things, a right time for everything on the earth: – Ecclesiastes 3:1 MSG
A right time for everything. A right time is a set time for something in particular. When a woman is pregnant, it is possible that she might deliver prematurely. The reason we term that premature is because, it’s not the right time.
As Much as we might have opportunities doesn’t mean it’s the right time. Opportune times are numerous, right time is always one. Opportune times are created by men, right time is set by God.
When there’s an opportunity to have sex with a lady you’re not married to, it is not right. What is right is not always what is advantageous.
Ask God for your right time, and be careful of wrong opportunities. If opportunity meets with your right time, there is a sustained breakthrough.