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As we read Ecclesiastes 8:1-9:10 we find ourselves called to, Obey the King (but don’t expect too much!) Trust Christ to outlast evil, rather than trying to outwit it
Studying Ecclesiastes 7:1-29 we’re forced to make a choice, and recognise a truth. We have to choose between An ugly truth or a beautiful lie We have to recognise It’s not you, it’s me
Ecclesiastes 5:1-6:12 Ecclesiastes – the Teacher – has much to offer us, there’s a lot of wisdom in his book. But, unlike most teachers, he isn’t always teaching us how to do things. Very often his task is to teach us what we can’t do, to strip away false confidence, and block off dead ends.…
Ecclesiastes 3:1-4:16 Beauty is important, but it’s important that we find true beauty. The Teacher gives us three things necessary to finding beauty Time Truth Tears
The Teacher tried to build something that would last forever … and failed. The record of that failure gives us a unique insight into two essential questions: What is wrong with the world? Where can we find satisfaction in this world?
We begin a study of the book of Ecclesiastes, part of what is called the ‘Wisdom Literature’ of the Bible – books that teach us how to be wise. The Teacher wrestles with the truth that our life here on earth is only a breathe and wonders, does that mean that everything is meaningless?
Gordon Walker interviews Robin Fairbairn of the Good Book Company. Robin Fairnbairn speaks on Numbers 21:4-9 which points us to Jesus.
The Community Bible Experience readings take us to the book of Matthew. In this sermon Gordon Walker looks at the question, Why Four Gospels?
Gordon Walker continues the Light in the Darkness series looking at John 18:28-19:16a.
Richard Donnan, a first year student at the Irish Baptist College speaks on the Church at Antioch from Acts 11:19-30 and 13:1-3.