Bible Studies in Ecclesiastes Reformed Baptist Church
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We are exhorted in verse 1 of this chapter to, ‚ÄúRemember now your Creator in the days of your youth‚ÄĚ. This is both a promise of blessing, and a warning against waiting too long to serve God. Remember Him now, when you are young, rather than later when you are old, when things are sometimes very difficult. Solomon had come to know the reality of the things of which he spoke. He probably wrote this book when he was an older man, and so he now may be describing his own experience, as well as his observations concerning older people. The question we want to answer this evening is this: How can you live to God when you come to the place where your health and strength are failing and death is approaching? Let me give you 3 instructions on what to remember as you grow older.
Pastor Paul Rendall was born in November of 1951, and grew up in Davenport, Iowa. He went to college at Drake University and the University of Iowa where he received a B.A. degree in Social Work and History in 1974. Paul searched for truth in all the wrong places in college, but...