As the seasons change, so do activities, and the same is true in life. We cannot do the same things in stormy weather that we can in calm times. Similarly, during times of diminished physical capability we can no longer do some of the same things we are accustomed to doing.
In such a changing world, is there anything that stays the same? Do we have anything on which to anchor life? How about the line from an old hymn:
On Christ the solid rock I stand,
All other ground is sinking sand."
There is something that never changes! The methods by which the message of Jesus Christ is communicated have changed but the message and the Man are still the same yesterday, today, and forever. There is a foundation upon which you can base your life (in all seasons!). It is not a fad that will be here today and gone tomorrow. That foundation is Jesus Christ and He has an invitation for days like these: "Come unto me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest." (Matthew 11:28).
We must seek out the bedrock upon which to live our lives, not be driven to and fro by the winds of life. We must focus on that which really matters. Charles Haddon Spurgeon said this: "Christ is the great central fact in the world's history; to Him everything looks forward or backward!" Look at Luke 21:33. Everything we know will be gone someday, but He remains, so let us be found faithful and true to the only thing which will always remain: Jesus!
God bless us, everyone.