The Scripture tells us that although Solomon started out so well with the Lord, his heart eventually turned away from Him. Solomon ended up doing what so many of us do – he forgot the Lord! There’s a danger for all of us as we forget the Lord. Are you keeping God on the forefront of your mind and of your heart? Join Pastor Jeff Schreve as he shares three admonitions from Ecclesiastes chapter 12, as Solomon instructs us to remember our creator.
King Solomon searched for satisfaction on earth. What was he looking for? What areas did he explore to find satisfaction under the sun? In this eye-opening message from Pastor Jeff Schreve, discover the six areas in which Solomon sought satisfaction and how true satisfaction can only be found in the Lord Jesus Christ.
Moses said this, in Psalm 90:10, “As for the days of our life, they contain seventy years, or if due to strength, eighty years, yet their pride is but labor and sorrow, for soon it is gone, and we fly away.” Life is made up of time. How are you spending your time? Are you seriously considering the time of your life? Join Pastor Jeff Schreve as he shares three truths concerning time and how we are to make the most of the days the Lord gives us.
When you think about it, life is filled with problems. “Man who is born of woman is short-lived and full of trouble” (Job 14:1). Do you have some trouble today? In this message, Pastor Jeff Schreve shares four relatable age-old problems that Solomon faced and witnessed within his kingdom.
What does every worshiper need to remember as we come to the house of God to worship? True worshipers who worship in spirit and truth need to be very cognizant of these truths that Solomon gives us in Ecclesiastes 5. Discover these three truths in this powerful message from Pastor Jeff Schreve.
Are you able to discern the better things in life? If you direct your heart and your life toward pursuing the better things, you will be blessed by the Lord. Join Pastor Jeff Schreve as he shares seven better things Solomon discovered on his quest for satisfaction under the sun. Will you choose the “better things” from the Lord?
"Vanity of vanities ... all is vanity," says Solomon, the writer of Ecclesiastes. How strange for a book of the Bible to say this. Is life really empty and meaningless? It is "under the sun." When you leave God out and heaven out, you can never find satisfaction. But when you seek the Lord beyond the sun, you find fulfillment in full. Join Pastor Jeff Schreve as he journeys through the often misunderstood and puzzling book of Ecclesiastes.