How can we live our lives with purpose and meaning? Solomon provides two life lessons to guide us "under the sun."
Where can we find satisfaction in life? King Solomon shares his spiritual journey as he searches to answer this question. And he leads us to a surprising conclusion!
It has been rightly said, "Timing is everything." But how then should we live? Solomon provides the answer in Ecclesiastes 3.
How do we respond to the evils of injustice, oppression, and envy? Solomon provides surprising advice.
We all long for friendship and community, yet there’s a rise in individualism and isolation within our culture. Solomon appeals to our deep-seated need for cooperation and community.
What does God expect from our corporate worship? How can we please Him? Solomon drills down with some potent words in Ecclesiastes 5.
What is affluenza? "Affluenza" is a social condition that arises from the desire to be more and more wealthy or successful. Solomon warns of the afflictions of affluenza and how to combat them.
How should we respond to suffering and loss? Solomon imparts principles and proverbs on how to exercise wisdom through life's difficulties.
How can we cope with life's enigmas such as: Why do good people suffer, and bad people prosper? Solomon indicates that true wisdom comes through humility and an awareness of our sinfulness.
How can we live in a world filled with enigmas and conundrums? Solomon advises us to recognize the limitations of human wisdom.
How should we live in an unpredictable world where death is certain? In Ecclesiastes 9, Solomon urges us to Carpe Deim: Seize the Day!
One of the greatest dangers in life is a failure to recognize our own foolishness. Solomon contrasts wise and foolish living and calls us to live wisely.
How should we live when we’re not sure how things are going to turn out? Solomon commands us to step out in faith and trust in a sovereign God.
How should we live while we are dying? Solomon offers two spiritual disciplines that prepare us for our death day.
What is the ultimate purpose of life “under the sun” (1:3)? Solomon answers this most important question in his conclusion (12:9-14).