Kootenai Church: Ecclesiastes
In light of the reality of death (see 9:2-6) we should live life to the fullest, enjoying God’s good gifts to us as a preview of the glories to come. An exposition of Ecclesiastes 9:7-10.
Solomon takes up the subject of death once again. He shows us that death is indiscriminate in its selection, deserved because of our sin, and destructive because of what it steals from us. An exposition of Ecclesiastes 9:2-6.
Ultimately the secret workings of God’s providence and sovereignty are beyond human understanding. Certain things are not revealed to us. Solomon encourages us to rest in God’s sovereignty and take comfort with the fact that we are in the hand of God.
Solomon laments the praise that is given to the wicked in this life and reminds us that there is justice to come in the next. An exposition of Ecclesiastes 8:10-15.
Solomon commands obedience to the King and gives a number of reasons for obeying authorities. An exposition of Ecclesiastes 8:1-9.
Solomon searched for the meaning behind all reality. What he discovered was not what he expected. An exposition of Ecclesiastes 7:23-29.
Solomon’s answer to the common mindset he described in 7:15-18. A look at the universal condemnation of all men as “unrighteous.” We hear some wisdom for interpersonal relationships. An exposition of Ecclesiastes 7:19-22.
Sometimes the righteous perish and the wicked persist. This observation leads some to question the value of wisdom. This message is an examination of the most difficult to interpret passages in Ecclesiastes. An exposition of Ecclesiastes 7:15-18.
Solomon describes the benefit of wisdom and speaks of living in a bent world under the sovereignty of God. An exposition of Ecclesiastes 7:11-14.
A sprinkling of proverbs dealing with a variety of subjects. An exposition of Ecclesiastes 7:5-10.