I applied mine heart to know, and to search, and to
seek out wisdom, and the reason of things, and to know
the wickedness of folly, even of foolishness and
madness: - Ecclesiastes 7:25
From the human point
of view, life ("under the sun") does appear futile; and
it is easy for us to get pessimistic. Ecclesiastes goes
beyond the other wisdom literature to emphasize the fact
that human life and human goals, as ends in themselves
apart from God, are meaningless. What a relief to turn
and hear Jesus Christ say, "I am come that they might
have life, and that they might have it more abundantly."
Now in one,
self-contained CD-ROM (compatible with both Windows and
Macintosh operating systems) which includes:
- Over 10 hours of
Verse-by-Verse audio teaching through the book of
Ecclesiastes as MP3 files.
searchable study notes as PDF files.
- A special message
from Chuck Missler.
- Listings of other
- All software
included to play MP3 files.
- Adobe Acrobatģ
This program will read the PDF notes.
- Ecclesiastes 1:
Introduction. "Is Life Worth Living?" Vanity or
Victory? The Cycles of Life.
- Ecclesiastes 2: The
Futility of Wealth. The Certainty of Death. Yet,
- Ecclesiastes 3 - 4:
Look up. Look within. Look ahead. Look around. Enjoy
- Ecclesiastes 5 - 6:
Donít Rob the Lord. Donít Rob Others. Donít Rob
- Ecclesiastes 7 - 8:
Wisdom Makes Life Better and Helps Us See Life
Clearly. The Problem of Evil.
- Ecclesiastes 9 -
10: Meeting Your Last Enemy: Death. The Danger of
- Ecclesiastes 11 -
12: Life Is an Adventure: Live by Faith. Life Is a
Gift: Enjoy It.
Conclusion: Life Is a School: Learn your Lessons.
Life Is a Stewardship: Fear God. Conclusion.