What is the meaning of life, and how do we handle it? Doesn’t being a busy buzzing bee fix it? What about more study? What about novelty? What about going on a holiday? Well, the Bible has some raw, honest, unvarnished words to say about life on this side of death, and it’s rather sobering. Our time here is a misty vapour, like warm breath coming out of a mouth on a freezing winter morning: there one second, gone the next. It’s short and fleeting, but we can make the most of it. Here is my sermon on this from Ecclesiastes 1 (c.f. 1 Corinthians 2:1-16). This is Ecclesiastes 1 Readings (English)
Before the sermon, my congregation watched this stand-up comedy speech by Jerry Seinfeld (from 1:13 to the end):
God bless, Pastor Haydn.