Jesus is our great High Priest who perfectly intercedes for us before the throne of God.
Jesus is our Prophet who instructs us in the truths of God which lead us into a right relationship with God.
Grumbling is an indication of a deep-rooted problem of the heart.
Jesus is the True Vine who empowers us to truly live.
Jesus is the ony way to God.
Jesus is our only hope for resurrection and eternal life.
Jesus is the good Shepherd who perfectly cares for the people of God.
Jesus is the door that opens to the family of God.
Jesus is the light that illuminates the true way of salvation and righteousness.
Jesus is the bread that satisfies our deepest spiritual needs.
Jesus is the Great I AM who offers us a satisfying spiritual life in the present tense.
Because life is unpredictable and death is certain, we should live each day in the joy and fear of the Lord, who is our loving Creator and righteous judge.
A little wisdom is better than folly, but a little folly can make even the wise look foolish.
The wise enjoy life under the sun as much as they can before it's gone.
Even when you live by wisdom, life is hard to understand.
Earthly wealth and prosperity is meaningless without God.
Religion without the fear of God is vanity.
How can we trust God in an unjust world?
The eternal God rules over every season of your life, therefore enjoy his gifts and trust his good purposes.
Earthly pleasure is meaningless without God.
Earthly wisdom is meaningless without God.
Life under the sun is meaningless without God.
Growing Christians habitually worship God, walk in community, work with their gifts, and witness for the Lord Jesus Christ.
While everything in life may fail, God remains your greatest good.
We don't have to be afraid of the evil things that happen in this sin-cursed world because God has a plan that overcomes evil with good.
Suffering may cause us to question God's love, but God proves his love in that though we deserve to be rejected and judged, we are instead accepted and loved.
There are times when we may feel overwhelmed and forgotten, but God remembers and rescues his people according to his kindness and grace.
Because Jesus rose from the dead, we can cry out to him, commune with him, commit our way to him, content ourselves in him, and confidently rest in his abundant provision.
Sin separates us from a holy God, but through the sacrifice of Jesus, God makes atonement for our sins and carries them away for those who confess their sin and trust in Jesus
Paul's last words to the Corinthians are just as important as all the rest. They may be the last but they are not the least. They contain an important message of exhortation, greeting, warning, and blessing for God's people then and today.