Working for a Peaceful World for Humans, Animals and the Environment. There is nothing new. will be done, on earth as it is in heaven." The Mary T. and Frank L. Hoffman Family Foundation and all-creatures.org. 8All things are full of weariness; ‘Do not be overly righteous, and do not make yourself too wise. How do I know this, you might quite reasonably ask? 4A generation goes, and a generation comes, Find Top Church Sermons, Illustrations, and Preaching Slides on Ecclesiastes 11. Ecclesiastes 11:5. ii. Who makes a million and thinks, ‘I’ll stop there, I am happy with this.’ The search for satisfaction is constant, because our satisfaction is constantly frustrated. Just as you do not know the path of the wind or how the bones are made of a child yet to be born, so you do not know the work of God Who makes all things. Ecclesiastes anatomises activity, life, ‘I have seen everything that is done under the sun, and behold, all is vanity and a striving after wind’ (Ecclesiastes 1:14). I intend, therefore, to set out seven reasons why Christians should study the book of Ecclesiastes. Just because we do not have the complete picture is no excuse for inactivity. ... Daily Devotional Newsletter Podcasts Sermons … All is vanity. Our garden is clear of weeds today, but in a week, a month’s time we will be out there again toiling the earth; we empty the pallet on the production line, only for it to be replaced with yet more stock and the inbox of our email is as full today as it was last week. and there is nothing new under the sun. The designation Preacher carries the connotation that Solomon is one who convenes the believing community and then proclaims God’s word. Ecclesiastes 11:5 ... John Henry Newman— Parochial and Plain Sermons, Vol. He weaves an intricate pattern Is Solomon imagining a world (as some commentators argue) where God has lifted his hands from the steering wheel? It is important that we consider carefully what Solomon intends when he considers all that occurs ‘under the sun’ in order to understand the extent of his conclusion that ‘all is vanity’ (v. 2). and hastens to the place where it rises. Solomon concludes that human endeavour, human ambition, our innate need for satisfaction and creation itself are (is not are) subject to futility, meaninglessness and vanity. purpose of this series is to encourage people to live as loving, compassionate, require of you But to do justice, to love kindness, And to walk humbly with your Challenge:  God knows all things. He knows what each our choices will bring into our but the sea is not full; Translated literally, the Hebrew word is very close to that of ‘vapour’ and the words suggests emptiness and a lack of substance or content. allow in order to align our journey with His will. Solomon intends us to feel the weight of the brokenness of creation. and goes around to the north; But if we hope for what we do not see, we wait for it with patience. 6 The wind blows to the south How do we lay up treasure in heaven, we might ask of Jesus. We see this embedded in our society; we want the latest, the shiniest and the best. When we see this futility and emptiness, it should draw our eyes elsewhere looking to something (or, more properly, someone) else. Solomon turns from the falleness of the human condition to the futility and vanity of creation. Consider. info@firwood.church. Come now, you who say, “Today or tomorrow we will go into such and such a town and spend a year there and trade and make a profit”- yet you do not know what tomorrow will bring. If clouds are full of water, they pour rain on the earth. 2 Vanity of vanities, says the Preacher, vanity of vanities! The wind, referred to in this verse is the Spirit of God. but the sea is not full; —Ecclesiastes 11:5 (KJV) Thoughts on Today’s Verse… I don’t know. Just as you do not know the path of the wind and how bones are formed in the womb of the pregnant woman, so you do not know the activity of God who makes all things. God then sent the man ‘out from the garden of Eden to work the ground from which he was taken’ (Genesis 3:23). vanity of vanities! Is Solomon suggesting that there will be no new inventions or discoveries and that all scientific experimentation and human exploration is pointless? 10Is there a thing of which it is said, Ecclesiastes is a difficult book; difficult to translate, difficult to interpret and difficult to reconcile with the broader canon of Scripture. There are some words that are not found anywhere else in ancient literature. things we could not accomplish in our own efforts. “Man has tried to be happy without God, and this book shows the absurdity of the attempt.” That’s what we hear from Dr. J. Vernon McGee as we begin our study of Ecclesiastes. You and I will leave this world and, eventually, our lives, our reputation, our fame and our legacy will vanish just as for those who have gone before us. Solomon uses the prologue to set out his terms of reference, his scope of enquiry. Indeed, at the dedication of the temple the root word is used in reference to Solomon assembling the Elders of Israel (1 Kings 8:1) and speaking to the assembly of Israel (1 Kings 8:14). Solomon looks at the world with his eyes wide open as it truly is and calls us to do the same. New American Standard Version. It is the gap between anticipation and fulfilment. We know this to be true, for most of us have felt this sense of weariness. Return to: Christian Living Articles. The truth is that Solomon does have a particular application in mind, but he makes us wait until the final chapter of Ecclesiastes. around and around goes the wind, Think about this in terms of sex, money, fame, power. Solomon’s point, here and in Chapter 1, is that God is the true Creator/Innovator and it is impossible to try and change all that he has set in motion. For we know that the whole creation has been groaning together in the pains of childbirth until now. ECCLESIASTES 1:1-11. into the destiny God has for us. Fear God and keep his commandments, for this is the whole duty of man. The more we mature in Christ, the clearer we see our limitations. We can be sure that there is great value in reading, studying and preaching the words of this book, because this is how Solomon intends Ecclesiastes to be approached. For the unbeliever, Solomon wants you to see the world, yourself and all your petty hopes, dreams and ambitions as they truly are, futile, pointless, and ultimately meaningless. of the copyrighted material (as provided for in section 107 of the US Copyright Law). the eye is not satisfied with seeing, All rights reserved. Jump to: Adam Clarke Commentary; Text Sermons : ~Other Speakers A-F : Dan Biser : Ecclesiastes 11:5 Open as PDF " As thou knowest not what is the way of the spirit, nor how the bones do grow in the womb of her that iswith child: even so thou knowest not the works of God who maketh all." The Holy We believe that this not-for-profit, educational use on the Web constitutes a fair use God’s purposes, plans and holy degrees cannot be thwarted nor frustrated. Here is a caution to think of death, even when life is most sweet. Christian. and there is nothing new under the sun. All of us crave significance; we want to feel as though we have made a difference. As the transcendent God (“God is in heaven,” Eccl 5:2), He is the Creator (Eccl 12:1), “the Maker of all things” (Eccl 11:5). We are but a mist, our life but a vapour. Ecclesiastes 11:5-6 6182 ignorance, human situation His hope is that, rather than driving you to despair, this revelation of truth, this reality check, this wake up call would cause you to seek for him. He imagines himself speaking these words to God’s people. How should we take Solomon’s observation that ‘there is nothing new under the sun’? We cannot see Him and trust that what we are experiencing is not only temporary, but necessary. 7All streams run to the sea, and hastens to the place where it rises. Our first task is to identify the speaker. For the creation was subjected to futility, not willingly, but because of him who subjected it, in hope that the creation itself will be set free from its bondage to corruption and obtain the freedom of the glory of the children of God. Rather Solomon limits his enquiry to this fallen world with all of its frustration, difficulty and toil. It is great to be alive when one is well b. Ecclesiastes 11:3-5 4854 weather, God's sovereignty. But here you tell me to diversify. Ecclesiastes 11:7. nor the ear filled with hearing. This futility (or vanity) is as a result ‘of him [namely God] who subjected it’. (Matthew 6:19-20). Micah (6:8), "He has told you, O man, what is good; And what does the Lord Although Solomon only sees in part, he understands that there will be a judgement and a final end in which all will be judged and creation will be remade. Solomon intends us to live our lives under the sun with our hearts inclined heavenwards. Consequently our ambition and desires remain the same. This is the theme running through these verses and Solomon will return and scrutinise this time and time again through the book. God works the same way in the womb of a mother who is pregnant Jesus might well respond by quoting from Ecclesiastes, ‘Fear God and keep his commandments’. And this leads me to the greatest point; the place of King Jesus is all of this. Solomon writes. This anxiety then leads to bizarre and unhelpful readings and interpretations. a man cannot utter it; For we must all appear before the judgment seat of Christ, so that each one may receive what is due for what he has done in the body, whether good or evil. All is vanity. The spirit is like the wind. There is here, I think, a reference to the Genesis account of creation and the fall. Instead, Jesus urges us to lay up heavenly treasure. The end of all of this is that we would fear God and that we would live obedient lives. Instead, Solomon pursued sexual gratification and married many unbelieving wives. to the place where the streams flow, Just as you do not know the path of the wind or how the Similarly there are difficulties in understanding how Ecclesiastes fits in within the broader canon of Scripture. future. nor will there be any remembrance People remain fickle, selfish, greedy, cruel, lustful and self-interested creatures. For God will bring every deed into judgment, with every secret thing, whether good or evil. of later things yet to be Solomon’s point is that the pursuit of satisfaction and fulfilment ‘under the sun’ is a futile and wearing business. The question remains, however, how should we respond in the light of this truth? We long to leave something permanent in our wake; we strive after preserving a legacy. Solomon knows that this is meaningless. Solomon anatomises fallen creation and human existence in minute detail and, having completed his task and concluded that ‘all is vanity’ he reaches the conclusion of his conclusion. and what has been done is what will be done, So we are always of good courage. For the present form of this world is passing away. to the place where the streams flow, Furthermore, we are told that this king is ‘the son of David’. Whether this is true or not, it is clear that Solomon wants us to see the world as it truly is so that we might shun the temptation to make creation or created things our ultimate treasure. a man cannot utter it; Ecclesiastes: Youth and the Prospect of Vanity Posted on December 4, 2017 | Pastor: Tim Karr. (Ecclesiastes 1:4). He is not even a pessimist. For in this tent we groan, longing to put on our heavenly dwelling, if indeed by putting it on we may not be found naked. Solomon’s observation that the sun ‘hastens to the place where it rises’ (v. 2) literally means that the sun ‘pants’, as if a women in labour; this is why some translations write that the sun ‘crawls’ or ‘drags’ to the place where it rises. Copyright © 1998-2021 The Mary T. and Frank L. Hoffman Family Foundation. This phrase, Cast your bread upon the waters, was a proverb in Israel for what looked like wasteful expenditure. The first thing to remember is that Solomon has human endeavour in view, he is not suggesting that God is unable to do a new thing. 9 What has been is what will be, All is vanity. Thus, Christian living requires us to set the Or, ‘There is nothing better for a person than that he should eat and drink and find enjoyment in his toil.’ (Ecclesiastes 2:24), seems to run in the face of other biblical text which exhort sobriety and warn against gluttony. Consider, for example, Paul’s warning that believers abstain from becoming involved in the sinfulness of this world in which we live, Paul’s exhortation is grounded upon a fundamental truth regarding this present world. What is your life? He does not answer to us nor does He make excuses for what He must do or the other animals, as a witness to the rest of the world. Streams flow into the sea and yet the sea is never full and still the streams continue to flow. We constantly crave originality and the new. The difficulty is quite simply this; what do we do with a book where the central message appears to be, ‘All is vanity’, or, as the NIV puts it, ‘Everything is meaningless’, (Ecclesiastes 1:2, 14, 2:17, 19, 23, 3:19, 4:4, 8, 16, 6:2, 11:8 and 12:8)? The interpretive question is, "Is there one illustration of mankind's inability to know, or are there two illustrations in Eccl. Over and against this, Solomon understands that mankind fundamentally does not change. 3 What does man gain by all the toil at which he toils under the sun? It has been already The words of the Preacher, the son of David, king in Jerusalem. We do not despair when we see the flawed universe in which we live; we understand that God has rendered the world thus. There are moments in which the writer appears to be plumbing the depths of despair and, at other times, he appears to encourage the reader to live a full and joyful life. But when thinking about God and his ways, that’s really all we can say. Ecclesiastes 11:5. 5 The sun rises, and the sun goes down, We know from Scripture that Solomon did not remain faithful to God. 10Is there a thing of which it is said, Join us for King Solomon’s dramatic account of the time he turned from God and looked for satisfaction in the world. As has been observed by other commentators, the designation, ‘son of David’ can be taken to refer to anyone who is of the line of David. There will be days of darkness... a. The baby is carefully formed and every part mindfully put Solomon is not an atheist or an agnostic. and goes around to the north; He knows the whys and whats Tradition has it (and I place a low emphasis upon this as it is merely extra-biblical tradition) that Solomon repented in his old age and that he wrote Ecclesiastes as he looked back upon his vain life. 2 Vanity of vanities, says the Preacher, It is a powerful display of His love. you must obtain permission from the copyright owner. Note the similarities in thought, Solomon exposes a flaw running through the fabric of creation, that this universe which we inhabit is stained with vanity and meaninglessness. The Hebrew word, ‘Qoheleth’, here translated to ‘Preacher’ is unique to the book of Ecclesiastes. But even if one lives many joyful days, they should know that evil days will come - 11:7-8 CONCLUSION 1. 11There is no remembrance of former things, Browse Sermons on Ecclesiastes 11. This also is the exhortation of Jesus, “Do not lay up for yourselves treasures on earth, where moth and rust destroy and where thieves break in and steal, but lay up for yourselves treasures in heaven, where neither moth nor rust destroys and where thieves do not break in and steal. These are the notes of a sermon preached by Andy Evans on the evening of the 7 June 2009. To make such stuff our treasure is meaningless, it will rot and we will be left with a hand full of dust. "THE BOOK OF ECCLESIASTES" Wisdom To Endure Life's Vanities - II (10:1-11:8) ... 11:5-6 3. No one would take good bread and throw it in the river. 1The words of the Preacher, the son of David, king in Jerusalem. Still, we leave the big question unanswered. We face the same unknowing as we pursue relationship and understanding in iv. Return to: Food for Thought In turning his attention to all that takes place ‘under the sun’, Solomon is not denying the existence of God or the involvement of God in the world in which we live. Yes, we are of good courage, and we would rather be away from the body and at home with the Lord. Paul recognises that even in the midst of this futility works the sovereign hand of God. The end of the matter; all has been heard. “See, this is new”? of later things yet to be A clue to understanding what Solomon intends by the designation, ‘under the sun’, is found in verse 3 where Solomon asks, ‘What does man gain by all the toil at which he toils under the sun?’. I know this because although Solomon limits his enquires to all that takes place under the sun, he understands that there will be a final end to this futility. We consider the second point first, we are told that the speaker is ‘king in Jerusalem’, later, as we will consider next week, we are told that this king, ‘acquired great wisdom, surpassing all who were over Jerusalem before [him]’ (Ecclesiastes 1:16) and that he ‘became great and surpassed all who were before [him] in Jerusalem (Ecclesiastes 2:9). 4A generation goes, and a generation comes, The superscription, ‘The words of the Preacher’ (Ecclesiastes 1:1) states Solomon’s intention for this book. in the ages before us. with child. Articles, Bible studies, and sermons that contain Ecclesiastes 11:5: Sermons. It is significant that Solomon refers to himself as ‘the Preacher’ (other versions translate this as ‘Teacher’ (NIV)). Jesus appeals to the same truth that we find in Ecclesiastes; earthly things are fleeting, temporary and subject to decay. I take the first five of these reasons from the prologue and the final two reasons from the final chapter of the book. or how the body is formed 11:5 Or know how life (or the spirit) / enters the body being formed in a mother’s womb, so you cannot understand the work of God, the Maker of all things. Pursuit of such fame is, ultimately, futile. Spirit is a force that moves swiftly throughout our lives, accomplishing Mankind also feels this weariness; neither the eye nor ear is ever satisfied. Solomon does not despair at the state of the world, but recognises the hand of God at work in all of this. nor the ear filled with hearing. For instances: Creation of body is God’s work ("how the body is formed in mother’s womb") Many translations of this verse say, “(know not) how the bones do grow in the womb of her that is with child (KJV)”. Ecclesiastes 11:5 New Life Version 5. Many commentators and casual readers approach Ecclesiastes as if it is somehow out of kilter with the rest of Scripture. It has been already but the earth remains forever. This leads me to my next point. For you are a mist that appears for a little time and then vanishes. The themes are difficult to pin down. in the ages before us. That which is, already has been; that which is to be, already has been; and God seeks what has been driven away. and on its circuits the wind returns. Those of us who work feel this frustration as one week rolls into the next and yet little changes. He is indeed sovereign. The Doctrine of God in Ecclesiastes - Forty times Ecclesiastes uses the word Elohim, and no other name, in speaking of God. Ecclesiastes 11:5. Ecclesiastes 11:5 - As thou knowest not what is the way of the spirit, nor how the bones do grow in the womb of her that is with child: even so thou knowest not the works of God who maketh all. Ecclesiastes 11:1-6 Ecclesiastes 11:5 "You Do Not Know How the Body is Formed" I Pro-Life View is Being Confirmed A Abortion is the most divisive social issue of our time. Should we despair, give up hope and become German nihilists? When we begin to grasp the immensity and incomprehensibility of the Lord, we begin to see our place in this world and we are forced to acknowledge our limitations, and acknowledging our limitations is part and parcel of true humility. This is, I think, equivalent to Solomon’s exhortation. It is my view, however, that despite some recent commentators who argue for a later date, that the speaker takes great pains to describe himself as Solomon, the son of King David and the greatest of all Israel’s kings. Here we find King Jesus. We recall how, after the man and women rebelled, God cursed the ground and, as a result, work became difficult, tiring and frustrating (Genesis 3:17-19). For we know that if the tent that is our earthly home is destroyed, we have a building from God, a house not made with hands, eternal in the heavens. Making a way in the desert and streams in the wasteland. Commentary on Ecclesiastes 11:7-10 (Read Ecclesiastes 11:7-10) Life is sweet to bad men, because they have their portion in this life; it is sweet to good men, because it is the time of preparation for a better; it is sweet to all. This is significant. It is so divisive that violent conflicts can arise over this issue. This is why Solomon returns again and again to the truth that this God is at work in the act of creation and in the regulation of creation. Solomon intends us to feel the futility and emptiness of human experience. material whose use has not been specifically authorized by the copyright owners. A web site sponsored by We are told two things that help us identify the voice behind Ecclesiastes. To do otherwise is not God." and what has been done is what will be done, Ecclesiastes 10 Ecclesiastes 11 Ecclesiastes 12 Return to the Main Player Favoriting is a great way to keep a list of sermons, programs, and ministry resources in your account. So too is our name. We know that while we are at home in the body we are away from the Lord, for we walk by faith, not by sight. Ecclesiastes 11:5 1215 God, feminine descriptions 4006 creation, origin 4287 universe 5136 body 5199 womb 5802 care 8355 understanding. How does any of this persuade us that this book is of value to believers living in 2009 and in the light of Christ Jesus? Both Solomon and Paul (and other New Testament writers) understand that something is very wrong in the world in which we live. there they flow again. We see this in our attempts to sate our hunger; we eat and yet the hunger returns. i. Solomon intends this book to be read by the believing community. there they flow again. The root of this word is, however, used elsewhere in relation to Solomon. Do not procrastinate—plunge in! Ecclesiastes 11:4. Our life, endeavour and legacy are, ultimately, beyond our grasp. 5 The sun rises, and the sun goes down, He is the Mystery of mysteries. Solomon, throughout Ecclesiastes, repeatedly concludes that ‘all is vanity’ and so, we must ask, what Solomon intends by this. Is he imagining a world without God or imagining what the world would look like to an unbeliever? painful of circumstances to shape the plans and future He has for us. The prologue makes plain the scope of this enquiry, verses 3 and 4 address the activity of man; verses 5 to 7, the futility of creation; verses 8 to 11, the meaninglessness of mankind’s insatiable need for satisfaction. Indeed, the New Testament describes Joseph as a son of David (Matthew 1:20). v. Solomon intends us to feel the futility of ambition (in the pursuit of legacy and fame). Paul writes that creation is ‘subjected to futility’ and, interestingly, Paul uses the Greek word, here translated futility, which is taken in the Septuagint to express ‘vanity of vanities’. For who hopes for what he sees? but the earth remains forever. 3 What does man gain by all the toil vi. vanity of vanities! Go on to: Ephesians 2:4 I don’t know! Consequently, Ecclesiastes is oftentimes neglected in our personal bible study and neglected even more from the pulpit. All copied and reprinted material must contain proper credits and web site link I perceived that whatever God does endures forever; nothing can be added to it, nor anything taken from it. But Solomon’s target is greater than the mere ‘nine to five’ grind. The Apostle Paul writes thus. Ecclesiastes: Wisdom is Better as He is manifesting His tapestry of Therefore, knowing the fear of the Lord, we persuade others […], Firwood Church,300 Middleton Road,Westwood,Oldham, OL9 6JH God works with great attention to every detail of our Fair Use Notice: This document, and others on our web site, may contain copyrighted and peacemaking children of God: Jesus tells us to pray, "Thy kingdom come, thy DAILY ENCOURAGEMENT IN YOUR INBOX. 11There is no remembrance of former things, Whether a tree falls to the south or to the north, in the place where it falls, there it will lie. Interestingly, the New Testament does not quote directly from Ecclesiastes. He who has prepared us for this very thing is God, who has given us the Spirit as a guarantee. Who makes all things. The body is formed around the bones. That has to be one of the hardest phrases for us to use. We come and we go, the universe remains. nor will there be any remembrance Solomon calls us to live in the light of the salvation story of rescue, redemption and future judgement. Invest in seven ventures, yes, in eight; you do not know what disaster may come upon the land. The only sure way to gain humility of understanding is to know the character of God. Ecclesiastes 11, Coffman Commentaries on the Bible, One of over 110 Bible commentaries freely available, this commentary, by the leading authority in the Church of Christ, presents a … Our past and all that seems dark and hopeless is what thrusts us forward Ecclesiastes 11:5 "As thou knowest not what [is] the way of the spirit, [nor] how the bones [do grow] in the womb of her that is with child: even so thou knowest not the works of God who maketh all. " Sow your seed in the morning and do not be idle in the evening, for you do not know whether morning or evening sowing will succeed, or whether both of them alike will be good. 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