Ecclesiastes

This verse-by-verse study of Ecclesiastes is the biography of a believer seeking happiness apart from a relationship with God. As the king of Israel, Solomon experimented with every possible form of happiness in this life, including education, psychology, success, marriage, sex and intimate relationships, family, reputation, time orientation, giving, and fatalism. Yet all of his […]

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Solomon lost his momentum through cosmic involvement and became demonized on a frantic search for happiness. Ecc 1:1-2; 12:9-10 Dec 31, 1995
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The dramatic autobiography of a philosopher while he was away from reversionism. Ecc 1:1-2; 1Ki 3:5-15; 4:21-34; Gen 1:31; Rom 8:20-21 Jan 03, 1996
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A believer seeking happiness while out of fellowship and in reversionism. Ecc 1:1-2; Gen 1:31; Rom 8:20-21; 1Ti 6:17 Jan 04, 1996
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he reason why life does not have tremendous purpose and meaning for most people. Ecc 1:1-4; Isa 55:2; Pro 23:4-5; Mat 16:26; Rom 6:21 Jan 05, 1996
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Chasing the wind through Anthropocentric Academic Speculation. Ecc 1:1-14; 7:29; 12:12; 2Jo 9 Jan 07, 1996
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Solomon's conclusion after his course in psychology and psychiatry, "It's all a bunch of hot air"! Ecc 1:12-18; Hos 12:1; Pro 15:14 Jan 09, 1996
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The frantic search for happiness. "IF IT FEELS GOOD, DO IT!" Ecc 1:9,18; 2:1; Pro 5:1-23; 23:27; Rom 3:4; SOS 4:12 Jan 10, 1996
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"All is vanity and chasing after wind and there is no profit under the sun." Ecc 1:18; 2:1-11; Joh 8:31-32; 1Ki 11:1-3; 1Co 7:28 Jan 11, 1996
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olomon's third experiment for happiness, "All in the Family" experiment. Ecc 1:16-2:22; 1Ki 11:3; 1Sa 16:7b;Psa 62:9;Eze 18:20 Jan 14, 1996
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There is nothing inherent in humanity that makes it possible for us to extract enjoyment & purpose from life. Ecc 2:21-26; 1Co 4:7 Jan 14, 1996
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