In Ecclesiastes 2:1–11, we learn from the wisest person, who gives the most honest appraisal of worldly pleasures and human endeavours, and declares them to be utterly worthless.
Among the many Proverbs that address our proper handling of the things that we possess, we see the consistent principle: that our giving displays what we believe about the one who has given us all things. Proverbs 11:24–31 teaches that this good and generous God
A hope-filled perspective of the future enables Christians to thrive in even the most trying of circumstances.
Spirit-filled Christians are uniquely enabled to resist the moral decay and political decline of secular society. The only question is whether we will. The example of Micah provides us with every hope and reason to swim against the societal tides.