Kootenai Church: Ecclesiastes
Solomon’s assessment of his own writing and a clear statement on the purpose of the book. An exposition of Ecclesiastes 12:9-14.
Solomon offers an honest and poetic description of old age and death. He encourages us to remember our Creator while we are young. An exposition of Ecclesiastes 12:1-8.
Solomon offers advice to the young and the old on rejoicing in this life under the sun. An exposition of Ecclesiastes 11:7-10.
Solomon encourages a bold, faithful, active life even in spite of all that we do not know about the future, the outcomes, or the secret workings of God. And exposition of Ecclesiastes 11:1-6.
Solomon contrasts a foolish and wise king and then applies wisdom to the king and the citizens. An exposition of Ecclesiastes 10:16-20.
Solomon contrasts the words (speech) of the wise man with the speech of a fool. An exposition of Ecclesiastes 10:12-15.
Solomon applies wisdom to our labor to show the advantage that wisdom can bring. An exposition of Ecclesiastes 10:8-11.
Solomon tells us how to deal with a foolish ruler and what happens when foolishness is exalted in a nation. An exposition of Ecclesiastes 10:4-7.
Chapter 10 of Ecclesiastes contrasts wisdom and folly as Solomon seeks to prove that wisdom is better than strength, shouting, and weapons of war (9:16-18). In the first three verses, Solomon describes the weight of folly, the source of folly,
In the light of life’s uncertainties, Solomon commends the path of wisdom. An exposition of Ecclesiastes 9:11-18.