DAILY MESSAGES FROM THE YEARS - 1994-2018

MESSAGES

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DAILY MESSAGES FROM 1994-2022

The conclusion, the means for you as a believer attaining the power of God in your life. Pro 24:5; Col 1:9-12; 1Co 1:18; 16:13; 2Ti 2:1 Divine Power. Heb 13:9

December 18, 1994

Job's fantastic blessings and rewards for glorifying God in evidence testing and the angelic conflict. Job 42:1-7; Phi 4:10-13,18; Eph 5:2; Divine Power. Jam 5:10-11

December 18, 1994

Solomon lost his momentum through cosmic involvement and became demonized on a frantic search for happiness. Ecc 1:1-2; 12:9-10

December 31, 1995

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

January 3, 1996

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

January 4, 1996

The 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

January 5, 1996

Chasing the wind through Anthropocentric Academic Speculation. Ecc 1:1-14; 7:29; 12:12; 2Jo 9

January 7, 1996

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

January 9, 1996

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

January 10, 1996

"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

January 11, 1996

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

January 14, 1996

Solomon'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

January 14, 1996

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

January 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

January 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

January 18, 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

January 21, 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

January 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

January 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

January 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

January 25, 1996
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