As the Teacher comes to the end of his exploration of the meaning of life, he concludes that life has meaning when lived the way it was intended by our creator God.
In this section the teacher explores the tension between the certainty of death and the uncertainty that life throws at us. We are commanded to seek joy in what God has allotted us.
The Teacher reflects on the ongoing repetitiveness of daily life. At times it can feel like we’re on a never-ending treadmill. How do we make sense of this experience?
The Teacher focusses his exploration of life on whether pleasure can truly bring lasting joy and satisfaction.
As we begin a new short series in the book of Ecclesiastes, we begin by exploring the wisdom behind the pursuit of pleasure and gain.