Life is Vapor, Week 2

“Vanity of vanities!”

“Meaningless, meaningless!”

“Mist and vapor!”

What can it mean?  Here we go — chapter one of the difficult/intriguing/rich/rewarding book of Ecclesiastes.

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  1. Thank you so much Kate! Know that you are ministering to me in my grief. Sharing this with others. Blessings to you, Mike and family!

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    1. You are so welcome! I love Ecclesiastes for the grief-stricken heart, because it is real. Even in our broken world there is hope — not because everything is hunky-dory (it’s not) but because Christ joined us in our suffering and made a way out.

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