Sep 23, 2018
Does anybody really know what time it is? (Ecclesiastes 3)
The teacher writes a beautiful poem describing the order in the universe. And yet he regrets that we still cannot know God’s work. He is frustrated by injustice and by the reality of desiring to know the future but only being able to live in the moment. So we are left with two options: adopt fatalistic materialism or pursue faith in the eternal, creator God who knows far more than we do and has the end game in mind.
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  • Sep 23, 2018Does anybody really know what time it is? (Ecclesiastes 3)
    Sep 23, 2018
    Does anybody really know what time it is? (Ecclesiastes 3)
    The teacher writes a beautiful poem describing the order in the universe. And yet he regrets that we still cannot know God’s work. He is frustrated by injustice and by the reality of desiring to know the future but only being able to live in the moment. So we are left with two options: adopt fatalistic materialism or pursue faith in the eternal, creator God who knows far more than we do and has the end game in mind.
  • Sep 16, 2018Never Enough (Ecclesiastes 2)
    Sep 16, 2018
    Never Enough (Ecclesiastes 2)
    What makes you stand in awe and wonder? What intrigues you? It seems as we live in this age of immediate information there is less that stirs wonder in our hearts. In Ecclesiastes Chapter 2 we discover that life lived on its own terms, no matter the pleasure, accumulation, or achievements is still a dead end
  • Sep 9, 2018It Doesn’t Make Sense…or Does it?
    Sep 9, 2018
    It Doesn’t Make Sense…or Does it?
    We search for meaning in a lot of places. We spend money trying to stave off the aging process. We amass wealth, and property, and grown up "toys" yet still as a culture we are not happy. We look to have greater influence and power and yet nothing really changes. What is the point? That is life "under the sun" without God.