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A plane shot out of the air - 298 dead. 219 Nigerian girls still captive after 110 days. All Christians forced to convert or leave Mosul, Iraq. Over 100 Palestinian children killed in a war that supposed to be between adults. 20,00 babies murdered this week before making it out of the womb
HOW DO YOU MAKE SENSE OUT OF ALL OF THIS?
In this text, Qoheleth unveils the wickedness of the world as he continues his realistic observations of life ‚Äúunder the sun;‚ÄĚ he makes two such observations: 1) That wickedness is found in the very place where one would expect to find justice (3:16-22); 2) That those in authority use their power to oppress those who are often left without anyone to comfort them (4:1-3). These sins of injustice, oppression, envy and greed were increasingly infecting the lives of God‚Äôs people as they assimilated into the wicked world around them; and Qoheleth is warning about the emptiness of their end. As such, this text is very relevant to our culture today, where we often find wickedness in our governments, worldwide oppression of the weak, cutthroat competition for jobs in the workplace, and an unparalleled, selfish individualistic mindset in our culture, which have all affected the church.
A native of New York, Pastor LoSardo was saved by the grace of God in 1986 after hearing the Gospel from his brother, while pursuing a career in scientific research. He was ordained into the ministry in 1995 and served as the Associate Pastor of a large messianic congregation for over 8...