Joseph’s reunion with his brothers is a prime example of forgiveness and grace. Don’t give up if the circumstances harm you. Have faith and hold on.
It’s easy to give up when life is hard. The life of Joseph shows us why that’s a mistake. We must never give up, our future is too important.
Life is complicated. Solomon knew all too well what complications arise. In Ecclesiastes 4-5, he tries to warn us.
What are we to say to someone who thinks they know better than God? Ironically, nothing. In Job, God already said plenty.
Ecclesiastes Chapters 2 and 3 dive deep into the meaning of life. Solomon believes life has no guarantees except one – it is vanity.
Life doesn’t always make sense. That troubling truth is on the mind of Solomon as he preaches to us in the Book of Ecclesiastes.
The Book of Ecclesiastes is one of the most philosophical books in all of Scripture. It asks questions that must be answered. This introduction sets the stage for our study.
Do we know what it means to say, “God is sovereign?” Maybe we do, maybe we don’t. Fortunately, there’s a story from the Bible that illustrates it perfectly.
Authority resides in God above before any one else. We would do good to remember that as we sit down after another election.
All of us have someone we look up to, someone we respect. Men like Ezekiel give us plenty of reasons to admire their choices and their faith.