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The Preacher Goes to the Movies

Ecclesiastes has been called the most puzzling book of the Bible. Mike Osborne begins a series of messages on Ecclesiastes with this sermon introducing the theme of the book. He also deals with other introductory matters such as authorship, structure, and purpose. Find out why the one known as the Preacher (or Teacher) thought that “everything is meaningless.”

Ecclesiastes has been called the most puzzling book of the Bible. Mike Osborne begins a series of messages on Ecclesiastes with this sermon introducing the theme of the book. He also deals with other introductory matters such as authorship, structure, and purpose. Find out why the one known as the Preacher (or Teacher) thought that “everything is meaningless.”

August 31, 2008

Words for Doubters and Skeptics

Series: The Preacher Goes to the Movies Topic: Sermons Passage: Ecclesiastes 12:9–12:14

August 24, 2008

The Preciousness of Time

Series: The Preacher Goes to the Movies Topic: Sermons Passage: Ecclesiastes 11:7–12:8

August 17, 2008

When Life Seems Unfair

Series: The Preacher Goes to the Movies Topic: Sermons Passage: Ecclesiastes 7:15–7:18

August 3, 2008

Being Content in a Restless World

Series: The Preacher Goes to the Movies Topic: Sermons Passage: Ecclesiastes 5:10–5:20

July 20, 2008

Carpe Diem?

Series: The Preacher Goes to the Movies Topic: Sermons Passage: Ecclesiastes 3:1–3:22

July 13, 2008

Something More

Series: The Preacher Goes to the Movies Topic: Sermons Passage: Ecclesiastes 2:1–2:11

July 6, 2008

Meaningless! Meaningless!

Series: The Preacher Goes to the Movies Topic: Sermons Passage: Ecclesiastes 1:1–1:18