Ecclesiastes 3:1-8 in the NVIV

One of my favorite individuals that I follow on Twitter is Unvirtuous Abbey, their satirical spiritual twist on things is knee slapping funny. I too like being spiritually funny, what Stephen Colbert would define as sacridorable, so here’s my take on Ecclesiastes 3…enjoy!

Ecclesiastes 3

A Text for Everything

1 There is a text for everything,
and a tweet for every activity under the heavens:

2 a text upon birth, a text upon death,
a text for when to grow and a text when to harvest,
3 a text prior to maiming, a text in time of healing,
a time to tear down and a time to build,
4 a text for sad times, a text for glad times,
a text in times of mourning, and a text for when it’s time to party,
5 a text for throwing out what doesn’t matter, a text for gathering what truly matters,
a text for physical intimacy, a text for keeping physical boundaries,
6 a text for times of searching and a text for times of giving up,
a text to keep forever, a text to delete,
7 a text to discard and a text for healing,
a text when our phones our on vibrate, a text for when our phone’s default ringtone goes off,
8 a text that is lovely and a text that is hateful,
a text in good times, a text in bad times.



4 thoughts on “Ecclesiastes 3:1-8 in the NVIV

    • I would caution you to be mindful that God is real and He will not be mocked. While God is a God of love, He is also a God of judgment. He came as a precious Lamb to free His people from their sins. He is also coming back as the Lion of Judah to judge all sin. Have you heard of the wrath of God? Do you know He is a consuming fire? Blasphemy will not be tolerated and He has given us warning that His Word be not harmed, changed or added to without severe consequences (Rev. 22:18-10 KJB). I implore you to repent while there is still time and perhaps God will be merciful to forgive you. He’s coming back soon!

      • Thanks for the concern, but there are times in my life where I adhere to the quote from G.K. Chesterton, to which he said “it is the test of a good religion whether you can joke about it.”

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