The meaning of life can be a massive topic with many opinions. In Ecclesiastes 12, we are given a very clear key to life. Remember your Creator, fear and obey him. This is the whole duty of man. This sermon concludes our Series: Chasing the Wind – The Book of Ecclesiastes Note: There is no […]
We all want wisdom. When to speak and when to stay silent? When to make a purchase? Do I use the milk a date after the use-by date? Today we’ll see that God’s wisdom says to be bold and try things, knowing God rules the world and is in control.
Today we are faced with so much uncertainty in life. But today we will see that Jesus offers us complete certainty about life after death.
What’s better? I think we all want what’s best, but in a world where absolutes are hard to know, we usually need wisdom to decide what’s better. The Preacher in Ecclesiastes shares some such wisdom in this passage.
What makes you feel content? Unfortunately, for most answers you might give, the contentment is temporary. Temporary things can only provide temporary contentment. Only one thing can give an everlasting sense of contentment which is what we will explore today.
How you think of God changes everything. We need to property understand the God we worship if we are going to live rightly in this world. Today we will explore why.
If you have ever felt hard done by, Ecclesiastes is the book for you. Today we consider how to cope when things in the world seem all messed up.
Our lives are dominated by the clock and sometimes it feels like time is the enemy. But the Bible assures us that time is God’s gift to us. How do you feel about this gift?
We live in a society with so much. So much food, entertainment, career options, shops, technology. We seem to have everything, except happiness. Today we will see how our obsession with chasing everything has led us away from the only thing we should be chasing.
Why are we here? Throughout human history people have pondered the bigger questions of life, reflecting on what seems to be a meaningless existence. Ecclesiastes deals with these big questions and will ultimately hold out something better than what we find ‘under the sun’.