King James Bible Adam Clarke Bible Commentary Martin Luther's Writings Wesley's Sermons and Commentary Neurosemantics Audio / Video Bible Evolution Cruncher Creation Science Vincent New Testament Word Studies KJV Audio Bible Family videogames Christian author Godrules.NET Main Page Add to Favorites Godrules.NET Main Page




Bad Advertisement?

Are you a Christian?

Online Store:
  • Visit Our Store

  • Treasury of Scripture Knowledge -
    ECCLESIASTES 8

    << Ecclesiastes 7 - Ecclesiastes 9 >> - HELP - FB - TWITTER - GR VIDEOS - GR FORUMS - GR YOUTUBE    



    
    
      1  True wisdom is modest.
     2  Kings are to be respected.
     6  Divine providence is to be observed.
    12  It is better with the godly in adversity, than with the
        wicked in prosperity.
    16  The work of God is unsearchable.
    
    
    VERSE 1
    - as the
       * Ec 2:13,14 1Co 2:13-16
    - who knoweth.
       * Ge 40:8; 41:15,16,38,39 Job 33:23 Pr 1:6 Da 2:28-30,47; 4:18,19
       * 2Pe 1:20
    - a man's.
       * Ex 34:29,30 Pr 4:8,9; 17:24; 24:5 Mt 17:2 Ac 6:15
    - and the.
       * De 28:50 Ac 4:13,29 Eph 6:19
    - boldness.  Heb. strength.
       * 2Ti 4:17
    
    
    VERSE 2 
     - I counsel.
       * Pr 24:21 Ro 13:1-4 Tit 3:1 1Pe 2:13-17
    - in regard.
       * 1Ki 2:43 1Ch 29:24 Eze 17:13-20 Ro 13:5
    
    
    VERSE 3 
     - not hasty.
       * Ec 10:4 Pr 14:29
    - stand.
       * 1Ki 1:50-52; 2:21-24 Isa 48:4 Jer 44:16,17 Ac 5:8,9
    - for.
       * Pr 16:14,15; 30:31 Da 4:35; 5:19
    
    
    VERSE 4 
     - the word.
       * 1Ki 2:25,29-34,46 Pr 19:12; 20:2; 30:31 Da 3:15 Lu 12:4,5
       * Ro 13:1-4
    - What.
       * Job 33:12,13; 34:18,19 Ro 9:20
    
    
    VERSE 5 
     - keepeth.
       * :2 Ex 1:17,20,21 Ps 119:6 Ho 5:11 Lu 20:25 Ac 4:19; 5:29
       * Ro 13:5-7 1Pe 3:13,14
    - feel.  Heb. know.  a wise.
       * Ec 2:14; 10:2 1Ch 12:32 Pr 17:24 Lu 12:56,57 1Co 2:14,15
       * Php 1:9,10 Col 1:9 Heb 5:14
    
    
    VERSE 6 
     - to every.
       * Ec 3:1,11,17; 7:13,14
    - therefore.
       * Ec 11:9,10; 12:1 Isa 3:11-14; 22:12-14 Lu 13:25; 17:26-30; 19:42-44
       * Heb 3:7-11
    
    
    VERSE 7 
     - he knoweth.
       * Ec 6:12; 9:12; 10:14 Pr 24:22; 29:1 Mt 24:44,50; 25:6-13 1Th 5:1-3
    - when.  or, how.
    
    
    VERSE 8 
     - is no.
       * Ec 3:21 2Sa 14:14 Job 14:5; 34:14 Ps 49:6-9; 89:48 Heb 9:27
    - power.
       * 1Co 15:43 2Co 13:4
    - discharge.  or, casting off weapons.
       * De 20:1-8 2Ki 7:15
    - neither.
       * Ps 9:17; 52:5-7; 73:18-28 Pr 14:32 Isa 28:15,18
    
    
    VERSE 9 
     - this.
       * Ec 1:14; 3:10; 4:7,8; 7:25
    - there is.
       * Ec 5:8,13 Ex 14:5-9,28 De 2:30 2Ki 14:10-12; 25:7
    
    
    VERSE 10 
     - so.
       * 2Ki 9:34,35 Job 21:18,32,33 Lu 16:22
    - the place.
       * Ps 122:1-5 Ac 6:13
    - they were.
       * Ec 2:16; 9:5 Ps 31:12 Pr 10:7 Jer 17:13 Heb 10:38
    
    
    VERSE 11 
     - sentence.
       * Ex 8:15,32 Job 21:11-15 Ps 10:6; 50:21,22 Isa 5:18,19; 26:10
       * Isa 57:11 Jer 48:11 Mt 24:49,50 Ro 2:4,5 2Pe 3:3-10
    - fully.
       * Jer 42:15
    
    
    VERSE 12 
     - a sinner.
       * Ec 5:16; 7:15 1Ki 2:5-9; 21:25; 22:34,35 Pr 13:21 Isa 65:20 Ro 2:5
       * Ro 9:22 2Pe 2:9
    - surely.
       * Ec 7:18 Ps 37:11,18,19; 112:1; 115:13 Pr 1:32,33 Isa 3:10,11
       * Isa 65:13,14,20-24 Mt 25:34,41-46 Lu 1:50
    - fear before.
       * Ec 3:14 1Ch 16:30 Ps 96:9
    
    
    VERSE 13 
     - it shall.
       * Job 18:5; 20:5; 21:30 Ps 11:5 Isa 57:21 Mal 3:18 Mt 13:49,50
       * Joh 5:29
    - neither.
       * Ps 55:23 Isa 30:13 2Pe 2:3
    - as a.
       * Ec 6:12 Job 7:6,7; 14:2 Ps 39:5; 144:4 Jas 4:14
    
    
    VERSE 14 
     - a vanity.
       * Ec 4:4,8; 9:3; 10:5
    - there be just.
       * Ec 2:14; 7:15; 9:1-3 Job 9:22-24; 21:17-34; 24:21-25 Ps 73:13,14
       * Mal 3:15
    
    
    VERSE 15 
     - Then I.
      Some consider this as the cavil of an infidel objector,
      equivalent to the Epicurean maxim, {Ede, bibe, lude; post
      mortem nulla voluptas,} "Eat, drink, and play; there is no
      pleasure after death."  But it may be regarded as a
      recommendation of a moderate use of worldly things, with a
      cheerful and contented mind; which may justly be considered
      as the greatest advantage which can be made of all below the
      sun:  and amidst all changes, such a frame of mind, if the
      result of right principles, may and ought to be preserved;
      and it will be the recompence and solace of all our labors
      and toils.
    
       * Ec 2:24; 3:12,13,22; 5:18; 9:7-9 1Ti 4:3,4; 6:17
    
    
    VERSE 16 
     - When I.
      Solomon here records the result of his perplexing inquiries
      into the affairs of men, and the purposes, providence, and
      works of God.  And when he examined with great attention and
      diligence into the works of God, he found he could neither
      comprehend nor explain them; and was persuaded, that no
      application or capacity would enable a man to fathom the
      depth of the Divine dispensations in this lower world.  How
      vain, then, are all cavils against Divine providence; when we
      can neither understand, nor comprehend it!
    
       * :9; 7:25
    - there is that.
       * Ec 2:23; 4:8; 5:12 Ge 31:40 Ps 127:2
    
    
    VERSE 17 
     - that a man.
       * Ec 3:11; 7:23,24; 11:5 Job 5:9; 11:7-9 Ps 40:5; 73:16; 104:24
       * Pr 30:3,4 Isa 40:28 Ro 11:33
    
    
    
    GOTO NEXT CHAPTER - TREASURY OF SCRIPTURE KNOWLEDGE INDEX 
    
     
    

    God Rules.NET