Ask anyone what his or her goal
is in life and you will almost always hear, "I just want to be happy.” But
there are some problems with that answer.
We all like feelings of pleasure,
enjoyment, and satisfaction. But they don’t last. They are just feelings—and
feelings are fickle. They change without circumstances.
So what do we do? We could just
give up and scream, "It’s all meaningless!” Or perhaps we could shift our focus
and reconsider what we are seeking and where we are finding it.
Centuries ago the Preacher wrote
a piece of wisdom literature called "Ecclesiastes.” This wise man faced the
exact same challenges we do today—how to find meaning in life when everything
seems to be meaningless. And he found it.
Join G. Scott Gleaves on a study
of this Old Testament book that holds the key to finding peace and contentment
in modern life. You really can find true happiness—you just have to look in the
Thirteen chapters with discussion
Version alert: NASB