The elderly king is looking for fruit amid fruitlessness.
The Apostle James reminds us that, in the final two commandments of the Decalogue, we are still reflecting on how to love our neighbor (James 2:8).
Loving your neighbor is mostly about minding your own business.
One of the greatest comforts is that God’s grace is not fruitless – it isn’t vain.
Living a holy life before God is not complicated. What’s complicated is saying no to the dozens and dozens of evils that we are presented with daily.
Recommit yourself to God, sinner, and be done with worshiping created things.
I have high-hopes that our time in this part of the Bible will prove fruitful and edifying.
Among Old Testament works, none wets a critique’s mouth like Ecclesiastes.
God always intended to reveal Himself perfectly in the person of Jesus Christ.
Claiming the Genesis account developed from the Epic of Gilgamesh is certainly conjecture, but it is much more.