Solomon closes Ecclesiastes with a two-fold exhortation: fear God and keep His commandments. This lesson explores the Old Testament background to the phrase fear God.
Death and Theology Part II
This lesson finishes the notes and subject from last week.
Death: A Case Study in Biblical Theology
No, biblical theology is not like dying. This lesson combines the theme (death) with a look “behind the curtain” at the method used to study a topic through a portion of Scripture. This lesson covers the first half of the attached handout.
Enjoying Life as a Gift from God
Eat, drink and be merry – the Epicurean’s motto, a despairing last resort or God’s will for your life? This seventh lesson in the Ecclesiastes series examines the “joy-theme” that runs through Ecclesiastes and applies it to our lives today.
Understanding the Vanity
When we think of Ecclesiastes, the first word that comes to our mind is often vanity. What does vanity mean and how does that apply to our lives today?
Man in Ecclesiastes
This week’s Sunday School lesson looks at the description of mankind’s condition in Ecclesiastes.
The God of Ecclesiastes
In The Knowledge of the Holy, A.W. Tozer said, “What comes into our minds when we think about God is the most important thing about us.” This week’s Sunday School lesson looks at the revelation of God’s character in Ecclesiastes.
Introduction to Ecclesiastes: Finally Through!
Yes, that’s right, after three weeks, I’ve finished the “Introduction” part of the Ecclesiastes Sunday School series. This part of the study concluded with a look at Solomon’s perspective and purpose in Ecclesiastes. The notes are continued from last week’s post, so the download is the same.
More Introduction to Ecclesiastes
Sunday School Week Two: once again, I only made it through 1/2 of the notes I had prepared. I’ve decided that for next week, I won’t prepare any fresh material – I’ll use the material I didn’t get to.
Introduction to Ecclesiastes
This past Sunday was the first of 13 lessons I’ll be teaching on the book of Ecclesiastes.