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Be satisfied : looking for the answer to the meaning of life : OT commentary, Ecclesiastes

Author: Warren W Wiersbe
Publisher: Colorado Springs, CO : David C Cook, 2010.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 2nd edView all editions and formats
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King Solomon had it all. Wealth. Power. Prestige. Yet despite having everything he could ever want, Solomon was still unsatisfied. He soon came to a startling conclusion: Even if we have it all, it'll never be enough. This revelation inspired the book of Ecclesiastes, Solomon's profound thoughts on the meaning of life. Be Satisfied examines Solomon's remarkable insights on what holds real value in this world.
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Genre/Form: Commentaries
Criticism, interpretation, etc
Devotional literature
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Warren W Wiersbe
ISBN: 9781434765062 1434765067
OCLC Number: 748690756
Notes: "BE commentary series"--p. [4] of cover.
Description: 160 p. ; 21 cm.
Contents: The big idea: an introduction to Be Satisfied by Ken Baugh --
A word from the author --
Is life worth living? (Ecclesiastes 1:1-3) --
Living in circles (Ecclesiastes 1:4-18) --
Disgusted with life? (Ecclesiastes 2) --
Time and toil (Ecclesiastes 3) --
Life just isn't fair (Ecclesiastes 4) --
Stop, thief! (Ecclesiastes 5) --
Is life a dead-end street? (Ecclesiastes 6) --
How to be better off (Ecclesiastes 7) --
What about the wicked (Ecclesiastes 8) --
Meeting your last enemy (Ecclesiastes 9) --
A little folly is dangerous (Ecclesiastes 10) --
What life is all about (Ecclesiastes 11).
Other Titles: OT commentary : Ecclesiates
Responsibility: Warren W. Wiersbe.

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King Solomon had it all. Wealth. Power. Prestige. Yet despite having everything he could ever want, Solomon was still unsatisfied. He soon came to a startling conclusion: Even if we have it all, it'll never be enough. This revelation inspired the book of Ecclesiastes, Solomon's profound thoughts on the meaning of life. Be Satisfied examines Solomon's remarkable insights on what holds real value in this world.

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