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MP3 Version or PDF Version Theme: The end of all worldly goals are empty. Introduction Let’s face it: everything here on earth is vain. If you don’t believe me believe the wisest man endowed by God: king Solomon. Not only was he given wisdom, but wealth beyond measure. This combination, along with the…
Intro: We want to become people that others say about us, They were with Jesus... Complaining makes us un-attractive to believers and to unbelievers. It will kill our witness. It will drive people away from us. The problem is that complaining is a difficult habit to break because it’s so easy to do.…
© August 9th, 2020 by Rev. Rick Goettsche SERIES: Ecclesiastes Last week we looked at the value of wisdom, while also recognizing that wisdom doesn’t solve every problem in the world. We saw that wisdom is something we should seek, and folly is something we should avoid at all costs. Solomon used pithy…
Matt Henderson • Sermon • • 213 views
There are issues at times that make God's sovereignty seem confusing - we can’t always understand WHY bad/hard things happen. These issues should lead us to trusting in the One who created all things. It is God’s gift to enjoy life in the midst of hard times - through FAITH in GOD, even while suffering.
The Book of Ecclesiastes
Mr Joe Goodale • Cornerstone Bible Church • Sermon • • 136 views • 45:21
This week Joe Goodale introduces the Book of Ecclesiastes. In this study we go over the Who, What, Where, and How of the book and look at the theme and purpose that the author wants to proclaim.
LIFE WITH AND WITHOUT GOD
Jason Grissom • Sermon • • 113 views • 56:49
The words of the Preacher, the son of David, king in Jerusalem. Vanity of vanities, says the Preacher, vanity of vanities! All is vanity. What does man gain by all the toil at which he toils under the sun? A generation goes, and a generation comes, but the earth remains forever. The sun rises, and the…
Kathleen Boozer • Sermon • • 108 views
Ecclesiastes SECTION OUTLINE ONE (ECCLESIASTES 1) The Teacher declares that everything is meaningless. He begins reviewing his search for meaning, and his first conclusion is that wisdom is futile. I. The Man (1:1, 12): The author introduces himself as King David’s son—presumably Solomon—and notes that…
Wisdom Literature for application
A look at the book You cannot always tell a book by its cover, and Ecclesiastes is a very rich book that is oftentimes overlooked when looking at the Bible. There is much wisdom we can get from this book, but it starts with a brief look at the book. (insert picture Koheleth) - already saved on computer…
2020 Meaning Value Purpose Ecclesiastes Series
Sermon Title: The Breath of Life Key Scripture: Ecclesiastes 1:1-18 Big Idea: All is vanity under the sun. Sermon Outline: I. Creation shows us that all is vanity under the sun (1-7) II. Humanity reveals to us that all is vanity under the sun (8-11) III. Wisdom enlightens us that all is vanity under the sun (12-18)
Jesus' Formula for Prayer Introduction: Think: "Prayer" is letting God communicate with you. Five Keys To Effective Praying: I. Praise God. - L- v.9a; 13b A. Acknowledge His holy name. - L- v.9; Psalm 16:8; L- Matthew 7:21 B. Acknowledge His name has authority.- L- v.13b; L-Matthew 28:18 C. Acknowledge…
Enjoy your portion as a gift from God today Hey Babe! Headed to my job to get fired! All right have fun! Hey Boss! Headed to my mom’s funeral! Sounds great! See you when you get back. Hey Mom! Jack hit me in school today, and my teacher made fun of my paper in front of the whole class. That is is such…
Life keeps moving. Round and round it goes. Where can we find ultimate meaning and significance if there is nothing really new and we are so quickly forgotten? This ultimate meaning and signficance cannot be found ‘under the sun.’ it must be found in eternity with our Creator.
Elizabeth M. Hudik • Sermon • • 33 views
The Futility of Human Endeavor I received a request this week to speak with a young couple. They were evacuees from New Orleans fleeing from Hurricane Katrina. They had 5 children ages 1-12 years. They were living with the husband’s sister in a nearby suburb. Like so many others, they had lost their…