The Book of Ecclesiastes Series

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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Why the hands tremble and the legs or the knees break down. Ecc 12:1-3; Isa 55:7-9; Pro 4:22; 3:8; 16:24; Pro 15:30; 17:22; 14:30; Col 1:21 May 15, 1996
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The grinding ones stand idle because they are few, and those who look through windows grow dim. Ecc 12:3-4; Exo 20:12, 21:15, 17; 1Ti 5:8 May 16, 1996
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The different phobias and terrors of life robbing an individual of enjoyment and happiness. Ecc 12:5; Num 13:33; Mar 12:30; 1Co 16:22 May 17, 1996
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Man is constantly moving towards an eternal palace or an eternal dungeon. Ecc 12: 1-5; 1Ki 1: 1-4, 15-16; Pro 31:3, 4:18; Psa 92:14; 1Ch 29:28 May 19, 1996
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How the electrical charge in the brain, which is the spark of life, is affected by what we put into our soul. Ecc 12:6; Psa 100:3a; Eph 4:23; Pro 12:25 May 19, 1996
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The progressive decay of brain cells can lead to a mental disability called Dementia and even Alzheimer's disease. Ecc 12:6, 1Ki 4: 29-30 May 21, 1996
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Life is fragile, frail, fleeting, flimsy and feeble so now is the time to prepare for eternity. Ecc 12:6-7; Psa 39:4-6, 90:1-6, 144:3-4, 10-12; Mal 3:16 May 22, 1996
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Preachers aren't supposed to be like this! Ecc 12:8; 1:1-2,13; 1Ki 10:23; 1Co 11:31; 1Co 10:13 May 23, 1996
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Don't wait until it's too late! Ecc 12:9-10; Isa 29: 24; Job 5:27; Acts 6:2-4; Select Proverbs. May 24, 1996
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The conclusion from Solomon after all has been heard. Ecc 12:9-14; 1Ki 3:3; 11:4 May 26, 1996