Sermon Series
  • 1. First And Last Things

    Contributed on Aug 7, 2008

    We live in a world that is often difficult to understand, where sometimes we just have to trust that God is in control, even if it seems that things are upside down, even if we find we can’t straighten out the things that are crooked in this world. But we

    How did a book like Ecclesiastes get in the Bible? Did someone make a mistake, do you think? I don’t know about you but I find the beginning of the book a bit depressing. Some people find it quite disturbing as it reinforces the doubts that they may have already about God’s place in the scheme of more

  • 2. Ecclesiastes: Wisdom For Postmoderns 3 - Is Wisdom Enough?

    Contributed on Aug 7, 2008
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    HOw do gain wisdom? Sometimes we find that what works in one situation backfires in another. But ecclesisastes helps us to see that the only source for wisdom is God himself.

    Wisdom is one of those things we all aim for as we go through life. We try to teach it to our children from an early age. We want them to avoid the mistakes that we or others have made. So what do we do? We teach them the same way people have done it for millennia: through the use of proverbs. You more

  • 3. The Final Word

    Contributed on Aug 7, 2008
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    God is not a God to be trifled with. God is not a God to take for granted. Even if our observation of the world leaves us perplexed and confused, God has revealed himself to us in his word. He’s revealed his plan for the world to us. He’s told us what he’

    You could be forgiven for wondering, as you read through this book, what the writers view on God is. At times he seems like a secular humanist. A little bit jaded by his experience of life; quite cynical about life on earth; almost pessimistic at times about our chances of succeeding in life with more