by admin | 26 Mar 2021
Solomon was gifted by God with unique wisdom and insight. He spent a lifetime trying to discover the meaning of life, investigating every avenue he could. For the most part, however, he came up empty. He simply could not figure it out. But though he could not (at least until the very end) come up with a solid answer to the meaning of life, he had many thoughts that he offered along the way about life “under the sun.” In 8:16–9:6, he reflects on some certainties that he had learned about life and death.
A devotional exposition of the book of Ecclesiastes by various contributors.
|The Poisonous Banquet (Proverbs 9:13–18)||Tommie van der Walt||3 May 2020||Watch||Listen|
|In or Under? (Ecclesiastes 1:3–11)||Stuart Chase||27 Sep 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|
|A Wise Perspective (Ecclesiastes 7:1–12)||Stephen Scholtz||31 Jan 2021||Watch||Listen|
|The Rule of Wisdom (Ecclesiastes 8:1–9)||Edwin Steytler||28 Feb 2021||Watch||Listen|
|Life and Death (Ecclesiastes 8:16–9:6)||Stuart Chase||28 Mar 2021||Watch||Listen|
|Going for the Bucket List (Ecclesiastes 11:1–7–12:8)||Doug Van Meter||16 May 2021||Watch||Listen|
|Dealing with Death (Numbers 19:1–22)||Doug Van Meter||29 Aug 2021||Watch||Listen|