Hunger for the wisdom of God that multiplies godliness, but beware the wisdom of the world that multiplies error (Eccl. 12:9-14).
Growing older and nearing the end of life is often full of uncertainties, a reality we all must cope with as we live putting the Creator before all things (Eccl.…
Wisdom is indispensable for navigating life (Eccl. 10; Matt. 12:42, Eph. 1:17).
It is difficult to handle what looks like blind chance (Eccl. 9:1-18).
How are we to act when when nothing in life seems to go in an optimal direction? We navigate based upon the wisdom of God (Eccl. 8:1-17 ).
How can we make it not knowing all the answers? Obey God in what you know, and trust Him in the things you don't (Eccl. 7:15-29; Luke 6:47; 1 Peter…
Good times are often deceptive, but during times of adversity God is often greatly at work, molding us into His image (Eccl. 7:1-14; Rom. 5:2-5).
Reactions and attitudes can offend God, and waste our time; learn from the apostles' contentedness, and thanks (Eccl. 5:1-20; Phil. 4:10-13).
Though work is good, wealth can can drive a person into places he or she doesn't want to go (Eccl. 4:4-16; Luke 14:27-29).
We often feel distraught when justice is denied, especially when we are the ones being shorted (Eccl. 3:16-4:3, 12:14; 1 Peter 2:23).