What’s the Point? —2019 Feb 10

Photo of a tree in a part with the words "What is twisted cannot be straightened, and what is lacking cannot be counted. -Ecclesiastes 1:15"

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Solomon’s Quest for the Meaning of Life   —This series begins.

 

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What’s the Point?

Have you tried to straighten out something that is crooked? Have you tried to straighten out a relationship that just refuses to be straightened out? Have you tried to solve a problem that you just couldn’t figure out? Have you tried to change somebody or a circumstance but you just couldn’t do it?

You know there are some things in life that, no matter how hard you try, we just can’t fix it. Have you found that to be true?”  . . .—Pastor Ken

2019 Feb 10, —part 1, of the series “Solomon’s Quest for the Meaning of Life”

Based upon Ecclesiastes 7:24 

Portrait of Kenneth L. Williamson wearing glasses, a gray jacket over a white shirt with pastor's collar.
Rev. Kenneth L. Williamson

Photo of a tree in a park with the words "What is twisted cannot be straightened, and what is lacking cannot be counted. -Ecclesiastes 1:15"

About this series:

Solomon’s Quest for the Meaning of Life

Pastor Ken began this interesting sermon series at our regular worship service on a Sunday morning following a February blizzard. Consequently many people were not able to attend church that Sunday because of the snow, so only about 40 people heard the first part of the new series in person. The message was made available here on this website on the same day and it is more than likely that a number of members listened to it online.

This series is about Solomon’s quest for the meaning of life. King Solomon, who wrote Ecclesiastes, was a seeker on a quest for the meaning and purpose of life.  —Pastor Ken

Be Here at Mt. Olive this Sunday

Please come and hear the message from God’s Word, in person with us on Sunday. If you cannot be there, then the sermon will be available on this website for listening/downloading after the worship service.

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