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The Integrity of Courageous Confrontation

2 Samuel 12: 1–14

on October 17, 2021

To confront a king about his sin takes unbelievable courage! The creative method Nathan used not only disarmed the king; it successfully brought David to his knees in full repentance.

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Taking Life by the Throat

on June 6, 2021

Interestingly, the older we get the more cautious we become. Must growing old be synonymous with an overly cautious mentality? Not if we take to heart Solomon’s words in Ecclesiastes 11!

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Wise or Foolish: Which Are You?

on May 30, 2021

Solomon addresses the difference between those who are wise and those who are fools. He repeatedly draws a contrast between the two in these verses. Many of us can probably identify with both traits.

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Two Realities Most People Resist

on May 23, 2021

Solomon’s interest moves now to two inescapable realities of life most would rather ignore. But those who remember them are much wiser for doing so. Discover what they are for yourself!

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What’s with All the Wickedness?

on May 16, 2021

In this chapter, Solomon faces the problem of fallen humanity. Investigating wickedness, he sounds like the comic strip character, Pogo, who notoriously said, “We have found the enemy, and he is US!”

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Remarkable Influence of a Fearless Mother

on May 9, 2021

This Mother’s Day message highlights the mother of Moses, Jochebed. The way she influenced her son during the few years she had with him remained with him for the rest of his life.

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Here’s How to Make Your Life Better

on May 2, 2021

At the halfway point of this book, we now see a change in Solomon’s perspective. He not only changes his style of writing; he also switches from cynicism to wisdom. What a welcomed change!

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Stark Confession of an Empty Life

on April 25, 2021

Solomon’s “personal testimony” of misery emphasizes the futility of a person who continues to find no satisfaction or fulfillment in a life disconnected from the only One who can give it meaning.

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Listen Up, If You Love Money!

on April 18, 2021

In the last 13 verses of chapter five, Solomon pulls no punches as he addresses the money mad. And we shall see, by the way, that not all those who are greedy are wealthy.

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What Every Worshiper Should Remember

on April 11, 2021

For a change, Solomon sets aside his cynicism and negative thinking as he sets forth some very reasonable, meaningful, and helpful counsel for all worshipers to ponder.

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