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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Enjoyment is God's personal gift to humans and the ability to find satisfaction in life comes from the hand of God. Ecc 2:12-26 Jan 16, 1996
How to attain the fantastic point of having God's perfect happiness in every possible circumstance! Ecc 2:24-25; Phi 4:11-13 Jan 17, 1996
Experiment #4. The Philosophy of Time Orientation. Ecc 3:1-9; Isa 43:7; Rom 14:5; Jam 4:14; Lam 3:22-23; Job 23:12; Psa 56:4; 102:23 Jan 18, 1996
Solomon gets philosophical and enters into fatalism: the belief that all things are determined to happen and we can't change it! Ecc 3:1-8; Jer 1:10; 2Ch 14:7; Mat 24:6 Jan 21, 1996
"What kind of God is it that would allow this to happen, resulting in this tragic set of affairs?" Ecc 3:9; Luk 19:17 Jan 21, 1996
If you look at life and do not see the hand of God in all things, you will not understand why certain things happen. Ecc 3:9-11; 5:10; 7:27-28; Psa 127:3 Jan 23, 1996
There is a deep desire or a yearning for that which is eternal placed in the hearts of all mankind by God. Ecc 3:11; Psa 42:1-2;63:1; 2Pe 3:9; 2Pe 3:9; 1Ti 2:4; Pro 13:12 Jan 24, 1996
Having the desire for that which is eternal means that every member of the human race has a divine destiny desired by God. Ecc 3:11; 2Pe 3:9; 1Ti 2:4; Pro 2:13-18 Jan 25, 1996
The desire for that which is eternal within the hearts of man can be fulfilled by eating from the tree of life. Ecc 3:11;Gen 2:7-9;3:22-24;Rev 2:7;22:2,14; Pro 3:18;13:12 Jan 26, 1996
Even perfect environment is not the source of happiness or having that desire for that which is eternal fulfilled in the heart of man. Ecc 3:11;Pro 2:4; Job 28:20-21 Psa 25:14 Jan 28, 1996