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Jesus is seen as: Our Wisdom
-Bible Study Info-This is the book of man "under the sun," reasoning about life; it is the best man can do, with the knowledge that there is a holy God, and that He will bring every-thing into judgment. The key phrases are "under the sun;" "I perceived"; "I said in my heart." Inspiration sets down accurately what passes, but the conclusions and reasonings are, after all, man's. That those conclusions are just in declaring it "vanity" in view of judgment, to devote life to earthly things, is surely true; but the "conclusion" (Ec 12:13) is legal, the best that man apart from redemption can do, and does not anticipate the Gospel.

Ecclesiastes is in five parts:
1. Theme, 1.1-3.
2. Theme proved, 1.4-3.22.
3. Theme unfolded in the light of human sufferings, hypocrisies, uncertainties, poverty and riches, 4.1-10.20.
4. The best thing possible to the natural man apart from God, 11.1-12.12.
5. The best thing possible to man under the law, 12.13,14.

Ref: The Scofield Reference Bible.

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13 Bible Studies for:  ECCLESIASTES
1. ECCLESIASTES 1:1-18    Re-Start    -15
1986-03-19  WED     Outline   Subject(s)ECCLESIASTES 1:1-18

Part 1. The theme: All is vanity.
Part 2. The theme proved:
1. By the transitoriness of all things.
2. Evil remains despite power, wisdom, and knowledge.
2. ECCLESIASTES 2:1-26    Re-Start    -15
1986-03-26  WED     Outline   Subject(s)ECCLESIASTES 2:1-26

Part 2. The theme proved: [Cont.]
3. Pleasure ends in emptiness.
4. Riches and great works give no enduring satisfaction.
5.Wisdom is better than folly, but both have an end.
3. ECCLESIASTES 3:1-22    Re-Start    -15
1986-04-09  WED     Outline   Subject(s)ECCLESIASTES 3:1-22

Part 2. The theme proved: [Cont.]
6. The weary round of life.
4. ECCLESIASTES 4:1-16    Re-Start    -15
1986-04-16  WED     Outline   Subject(s)ECCLESIASTES 4:1-16

Part 3. The theme unfolded.
1. The view of the oppressions and iniquities of life.
5. ECCLESIASTES 5:1-8    Re-Start    -15
1986-04-23  WED     Outline   Subject(s)ECCLESIASTES 5:1-8

Part 3. The theme unfolded.[Cont.]
2. The view of riches and poverty.
6. ECCLESIASTES 5:9-20    Re-Start    -15
1986-04-30  WED     Outline   Subject(s)ECCLESIASTES 5:9-20

Part 3. The theme unfolded.[Cont.]
2. The view of riches and poverty.[Cont.]
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7. ECCLESIASTES 6:1-12    Re-Start    -15
1986-05-14  WED     Outline   Subject(s)ECCLESIASTES 6:1-12

Part 3. The theme unfolded.[Cont.]
3. In view of man`s inevitable end.
8. ECCLESIASTES 7:1-29    Re-Start    -15
1986-05-21  WED     Outline   Subject(s)ECCLESIASTES 7:1-29

Part 3. The theme unfolded.[Cont.]
4. In view of the incurable evil of man.
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9. ECCLESIASTES 8:1-17    Re-Start    -15
1986-05-28  WED     Outline   Subject(s)ECCLESIASTES 8:1-17

Part 3. The theme unfolded.[Cont.]
5. In view of the mystery of the divine providences.
10. ECCLESIASTES 9:1-18    Re-Start    -15
1986-06-04  WED     Outline   Subject(s)ECCLESIASTES 9:1-18

Part 3. The theme unfolded.[Cont.]
6. In view of the world`s wrong standard of values.
11. ECCLESIASTES 10:1-20    Re-Start    -15
1986-06-18  WED     Outline   Subject(s)ECCLESIASTES 10:1-20

Part 3. The theme unfolded.[Cont.]
7. In view of the anarchy of the world.
12. ECCLESIASTES 11:1-10    Re-Start    -15
1986-06-25  WED     Outline   Subject(s)ECCLESIASTES 11:1-10

Part 4. The best thing possible to the natural man.
13. ECCLESIASTES 12:1-14    Re-Start    -15
1986-07-02  WED     Outline   Subject(s)ECCLESIASTES 12:1-14

Part 4. The best thing possible to the natural man.[Cont.].
Part 5. The best thing possible to the man under the law.
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"Outline" - Download verses - .rtf text file.
"Subject(s)" - by Rev. C.I. Scofield, D.D. - The Scofield Reference Bible.
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