Bible Convo (Ecclesiastes 10-12) – 3/23/22

In this conversation Gavin, Erik, and Cody finish their chat on the book of Ecclesiastes with chapters 10-12. Read those chapters, listen to the audio of the conversation, and then chip in on the comments section below with your own thoughts on the Scripture and responses to these three questions:

  • What word, phrase, or theme most resonated with you personally as you read this section of Scripture?
  • What does this portion of Scripture invite us to as a community of disciples?
  • If you’re sitting down with these chapters, what drink or snack would pair best with the reading?

Next week bite off a big chunk of the story of Job with chapters 1-31.

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2 thoughts on “Bible Convo (Ecclesiastes 10-12) – 3/23/22

  1. The candy you couldn’t think of the name of is Tavener’s Fruit Drops. Definitely old person candy. I remember having them at my grandparents’ place when I was a child 🙂

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  2. Jen: I liked the suggested dessert choices, and the near beer as well (fits well with the Scripture). Cody’s comment about the oil sticker was good; remembering the dark times in our past, along with the current view that God was there and sustained us and brought us through the dark valleys (because we don’t always see that part when we are in the midst of the darkness).
    I LOVE black licorice, so I am going to start consuming it for all of its health benefits.
    And I remember as a child, my grandfather would pull Scottish Humbugs out of his pocket for us…..no wrappers, and maybe a bit of pocket lint attached. It would depend upon how long it had been since we had candy…..you might pick off the lint and still eat it, because candy is candy after all.
    And I vote for forgiving a young and possibly frazzled Jeff (although he was older at the chain saw incident), but perhaps he should always have a supervisor when he uses sharp tools 🙂

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