Category archives: Pastor's blogs

  • Ecclesiastes 2:21  21For a person may labor with wisdom, knowledge and skill, and then they must leave all they own to another who has not toiled for it. This too is meaningless and a great misfortune.   King Solomon might have hard time discerning who among his many children would inherit the k... [read more]
  • Ecclesiastes 2:15-16   15“The fate of the fool will overtake me also. What then do I gain by being wise?” I said to myself, “This too is    meaningless.” 16 For the wise, like the fool, will not be long remembered; the days have already come when both have been forgotten. Like the fool, the wise ... [read more]
  • Ecclesiastes 2:14 14 The wise have eyes in their heads,   while the fool walks in the darkness; but I came to realize that the same fate overtakes them both. When El Rancho High School teacher Gregory Salcido was secretly recorded telling his students that members of the military were "dumb" and... [read more]
  • Ecclesiastes 2:15 15Then I said to myself, “The fate of the fool will overtake me also. What then do I gain by being wise?” A 104-year-old Australian scientist has started his journey to Switzerland where he plans to end his life, saying he "greatly regrets" living to his advanced age. Speaking ... [read more]
  • Ecclesiastes 2:14 14 The wise have eyes in their heads, while the fool walks in the darkness. In 2010, 19-year-old Sam and his friends were drinking wine when Sam saw a slug crawling across the patio. He leapt up and asked his mates if he should eat it. "Eat it, I dare you," one of them told him... [read more]
  • Ecclesiastes 2:13 13 I saw that wisdom is better than folly, just as light is better than darkness. The saying, “At all Cost” can be translated ‘at any cost,’ ‘regardless of the difficulty, risk expense, cost or effort involved,’ ‘no matter what,’ ‘in any way possible,’ ‘by any means,’ ‘whate... [read more]
  • Ecclesiastes 2:9-11  9 I became greater by far than anyone in Jerusalem before me. In all this my wisdom stayed with me. 10 I denied myself nothing my eyes desired; I refused my heart no pleasure. My heart took delight in all my labor, and this was the reward for all my toil. 11 Yet when I surveyed... [read more]
  •    Ecclesiastes 2:4-8    4 I undertook great projects: I built houses for myself and planted vineyards. 5 I made gardens and parks and planted all kinds of fruit trees in them. 6 I made reservoirs to water groves of flourishing trees. 7 I bought male and female slaves and had other slaves who were ... [read more]
  • Ecclesiastes 2:3                3 I tried cheering myself with wine, and embracing folly—my mind still guiding me with wisdom. I wanted to see what was good for people to do under the heavens during the few days of their lives. For one Mexican teenager, a verbal attack on a cartel leader seems t... [read more]
  • Ecclesiastes 2:1 1 I said to myself, “Come now, I will   test you with pleasure to find out   what is good.” But that also proved   to be meaningless.   ‘I will never go to Mexico again,’ Jason claims. His scar on the top of his head reminds a recent trip to Mexico. “It was the ideal vacation we... [read more]
  •    Ecclesiastes 1:18      18 For with much wisdom comes much sorrow; the more knowledge, the more grief. Jack of all trades is a figure of speech used in reference to a person who has dabbled in many skills. It has similar translations in various languages. Arabic: "He who knows 2 trades is a li... [read more]