When life situations don’t turn out as we expect or plan them to, we often attribute the outcome to “luck” or “chance.” But there is no such thing. All things work out and are worked out by the great King of everything. In this passage,
In the pursuit of contentment, people have unsuccessfully chased many different avenues as a means to find fulfilment. Our problem is that we “can’t get no satisfaction” through any earthly means. Only in God’s economy is there a means of finding true and lasting contentment.
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