Having experimented with wisdom and hedonism, Solomon reviews his experience and concludes that wisdom is better than folly but, in the end, both the wise and the fool die, so it really makes no difference how one lives because of the ever-present reality of death. Our only hope for meaning is in the defeat of death.
Scripture References: Ecclesiastes 2:12-17
A devotional exposition of the book of Ecclesiastes by various contributors.
|You’re So Vain (Ecclesiastes 1:1–2)||Stuart Chase||20 Sep 2020||Watch||Listen|
|In or Under? (Ecclesiastes 1:3–11)||Stuart Chase||27 Sep 2020||Watch||Listen|
|Chasing the Wind (Ecclesiastes 1:12–18)||Stuart Chase||4 Oct 2020||Watch||Listen|
|The Honest, but Unhappy, Hedonist (Ecclesiastes 2:1–11)||Neil Cable||11 Oct 2020||Watch||Listen|
|Close, But No Cigar (Ecclesiastes 2:12–17)||Anton Beetge||18 Oct 2020||Watch||Listen|
|Death is Not a Dead End (Ecclesiastes 2:18–26)||Tommie van der Walt||25 Oct 2020||Watch||Listen|
|Bound in Time (Ecclesiastes 3:1–8)||Edwin Steytler||1 Nov 2020||Watch||Listen|
|Time to Work (Ecclesiastes 3:9–15)||Stephen Scholtz||8 Nov 2020||Watch||Listen|
|Vain Justice (Ecclesiastes 3:16–4:3)||Stuart Chase||22 Nov 2020||Watch||Listen|
|Meaningful Community (Ecclesiastes 4:4–16)||Anton Beetge||29 Nov 2020||Watch||Listen|