No portion of this may be copied without a link to this site. All rights belong to the author, Aleta Kay. Copyright 1/13/2015 Chapter 17 Book III Mickey was running as fast as he could go. He kept looking over his shoulder. Oh, what had he done? Why did he have to get so mad? [...]
This is great lesson on understanding the books of the Bible that David and his son, Solomon, wrote. Also Job. it emphasises that Jesus really is THE ONLY way to heaven.
Solomon (a..k.a. Koheleth) sets out his great quest for wisdom in these verses, but all of the wisdom that the wisest man of all time managed to collect, wasn’t worth very much. Here’s an example:
Suppose you went to the movies, and when you got to the front of the ticket line you said, “One please,” and then handed the cashier your American Express card.
“I’m sorry,” the cashier says, “But we don’t take American Express. We accept cash, VISA, MasterCard and Discover.”
“But I only have American Express,” you reply…
Guess who isn’t going to the movies today?
Like an American Express card, human wisdom is nice to have; certainly wisdom beats stupidity any day, but it doesn’t get you into heaven, nor will it bring you into God’s presence. That simply is not something human wisdom can do for you.
Solomon notes that after seeing all…
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