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ECCLESIASTES (Word of the Preacher): A KING'S LIFE SEARCH FOR LIFE'S MEANING
Author: Le Roy Reynolds
Genre: Religious (Non-fiction Christian Lesson Material)

Registry #: rel001

 

(45 pages; 17,249 words)

The preacher, King Solomon, had spent a lifetime of searching for the meaning of life. The richest man of his time and possibly ours never found complete satisfaction in his wealth and possessions. He called the daily toil for fame and recognition, vanity or wasted effort. Not until we get to the twelfth chapter and the last two verses do we find that Solomon had made a summation of the purpose of life. The previous writings and observations were for the purpose of self-argument.

Despite his wisdom, Solomon couldn't comprehend life's purpose. When he finally capitulated and put everything into perspective, he made his summation for posterity. His search for truth and purpose is directly related to each person born. If we would take heed to the experiences of Solomon and his conclusion, we would save ourselves the doubts and disappointment that plagued Solomon during his lifetime.

The lesson material was prepared from the study of the authorized King James Version and divided by titled verses to give clarity and understanding. Comments are made to clarify Solomon's reasoning and to help the reader have Spiritual understanding. Most of all, the material was written to lift up Jesus and to help magnify God in the believer's heart.

 

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