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Ecclesiastes
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... deeper purpose of Ecclesiastes seems to be to convince younger people of the futility of worldly learning, riches and pleasures, as ends in themselves,...
Ecclesiastes 3:14
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... shall be for ever. In addition to emphasizing the immutability of God and His works, this passage anticipates the great scientific principle of...
Ecclesiastes 9:10
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... with thy might. Note Colossians 3:23. God does not expect more than we can do, but He does require that we do whatever we can do “heartily, as unto...
Ecclesiastes 12:14
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... Defender's Study Bible Notes. Ecclesiastes 12:14. 12:14 every word into judgment. Judgment is sure, even of our words (Matthew 12:36) in the coming...
Ecclesiastes 3:11
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... hath made every thing beautiful in his time: also he hath set the world in their heart, so that no man can find out the work that God maketh from the...
Ecclesiastes 12:1
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... Remember now thy Creator. The climactic and concluding counsel of Solomon, the man of great wisdom, is for young men to remember their Creator...
Ecclesiastes 12:13
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... is that no one can keep all God's commandments (note Ecclesiastes 7:20; James 2:10). The solution is in...
Ecclesiastes 1:7
http://www.icr.org/bible/Ecclesiastes/1/7
... from whence they come. For a long time it was believed that rain waters came by evaporation from local lakes and rivers. Meteorologists have now proved...
Ecclesiastes 7:8
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... 7:8 · Better is the end of a thing than the beginning thereof: and the patient in spirit is better than the proud in spirit. Powered by...
Ecclesiastes 7:3
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... better than laughter. It is significant that Jesus often wept (e.g., John 11:35), but there is no record of laughter or mirth in His demeanor. The same applies...
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