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Most people have asked themselves, “Why am I here? What is my purpose in life? What is God’s purpose for me?” One of the wisest kings of ancient times answers those questions in Ecclesiastes. Ecclesiastes is most timely in our modern world here at the beginning of the 3rd Millennium. It is particularly helpful to the young who want to know about life and serving God. Solomon the Public Speaker outlines three divine principles:
Solomon splashes his palette with wise proverbs for daily life throughout his sermon.
Nazarene Commentary 2000©
Mark Heber Miller
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