Sunday, June 12, 2022

#22MinuteChallenge | Bible Project Reading Plan | Day 163 | The Wisdom of Israel | Ecclesiastes 1-4, Psalm 8

#22MinuteChallenge | Bible Project Reading Plan

Day 163 | The Wisdom of Israel

Ecclesiastes 1-4, Psalm 8

Source: Bible Project Reading Plan

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  1. Whatever has happened before will happen ⌞again⌟. Whatever has been done before will be done ⌞again⌟. There is nothing new under the sun.
    Ecclesiastes 1:9 GW

  2. With a lot of wisdom ⌞comes⌟ a lot of heartache. The greater ⌞your⌟ knowledge, the greater ⌞your⌟ pain.
    Ecclesiastes 1:18 GW

  3. So I grew richer than anyone in Jerusalem before me. Yet, my wisdom remained with me.
    Ecclesiastes 2:9 GW

  4. But I saw that wisdom has an advantage over foolishness as light has an advantage over darkness.
    Ecclesiastes 2:13 GW

  5. A wise person uses the eyes in his head, but a fool walks in the dark. But I have also come to realize that the same destiny waits for both of them.
    Ecclesiastes 2:14 GW

  6. Who can eat or enjoy themselves without God? God gives wisdom, knowledge, and joy to anyone who pleases him. But to the person who continues to sin, he gives the job of gathering and collecting ⌞wealth⌟. The sinner must turn his wealth over to the person who pleases God. Even this is pointless. ⌞It’s like⌟ trying to catch the wind.
    Ecclesiastes 2:25‭-‬26 GW

  7. It is beautiful how God has done everything at the right time. He has put a sense of eternity in people’s minds. Yet, mortals still can’t grasp what God is doing from the beginning to the end ⌞of time⌟.
    Ecclesiastes 3:11 GW

  8. It is a gift from God to be able to eat and drink and experience the good that comes from every kind of hard work.
    Ecclesiastes 3:13 GW

  9. I realize that whatever God does will last forever. Nothing can be added to it, and nothing can be taken away from it. God does this so that people will fear him.
    Ecclesiastes 3:14 GW

  10. One handful of peace and quiet is better than two handfuls of hard work and of trying to catch the wind.
    Ecclesiastes 4:6 GW

  11. Two people are better than one because ⌞together⌟ they have a good reward for their hard work.
    Ecclesiastes 4:9 GW

  12. Though one person may be overpowered by another, two people can resist one opponent. A triple-braided rope is not easily broken.
    Ecclesiastes 4:12 GW

  13. You have made him a little lower than yourself. You have crowned him with glory and honor.
    Psalms 8:5 GW