(Colossians 3)Have you ever noticed how often the Bible speaks about clothing? From the tunics of skin God made for Adam and Eve to Revelation 19 where the armies in heaven are clothed in fine linen, white and clean? It also speaks of the spiritual clothing were called to put off and put on.
(Colossians 1:24)Many ask the question, Why do we have to suffer? Well, the Scriptures give us many reasons. One is provided for us in Pauls Epistle to the Colossians.
(2 Chronicles 9:1-9; 1 Kings 10:24)King Solomon was the wisest, richest, and most honored king of his day. His fame spread far and wide. It even reached the Queen of Sheba, who determined to make a journey to find out for herself if all that she heard was true.
Throughout time, some of the most wonderful stories have been about love. Whether fact or fiction, they capture our hearts and stir our souls. One of the greatest love stories is found in the Old Testament book of the Song of Solomon.
(Ecclesiastes 12) Solomons youth was characterized by a fervent love for God and a faith untainted by the pollution of compromise. So he appeals to young people: Remember now thy Creator in the days of thy youth, while the evil days come not, nor the years draw nigh when thou shalt say, I have no pleasure in them.
(Ecclesiastes 3)The Industrial Revolution may have transformed the world, yet now were dependent upon these very machines, to the point that we feel we could never live without them! But where is God in all of this?
(Ecclesiastes 1)Looking for meaningful, happy lives, people today turn to seminars, retreats, and self-help books. When one system fails they go on to the next, believing that their persistence will lead them to the right formula. Solomon in the Book of Ecclesiastes did the same thing.
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