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Copyright 2017 The Gospel Coalition, IncEcclesiastes is capable of being understoodPastor and Christian Leadership ResourcesIts continued preservation seems to strongly support its canonicity(2010)26Charles Stanley Encouragement for Today Streams in the Desert Girlfriends in God Daily Hope with Rick Warren SEE ALL DEVOTIONALS Faith Spiritual Life See also: Inspiring Quotes Prayer See also: Prayers Women Men Bible Study Inspirations Who is Jesus? Family Marriage See also: Divorce and Remarriage, Engagement & Newlyweds, Relationships, DrThe Message of Qohelet Simply stated,Qohelet’s message is this:“Life is hard and then you die.” He has tried to find the meaning of life in wisdom, pleasure, work, wealth, status, and relationships and has come up empty12Transition (9:2)5The original ending of the book was probably the words: "The end of the matter" (12:13) but the text we have continues: "Fear God" (a phrase used often in Kohelet's speech) "and keep his commandments" (which he never uses), "for God will bring every deed to judgement.".For example, doctors of the Church have cited EcclesiastesQohelet speaks in the first person (“I, Qohelet”) in the body of the book (1:12–12:7), but his words are framed (1:1–11 and 12:8–14) by a second speaker who talks about Qohelet (“he, Qohelet”)We might anachronistically say that he speaks of justification, sanctification, and eschatology in a verse and a halfISBN9780631225294The New Oxford Annotated Bible (3rd ed.)Verse 1:1 is a superscription, the ancient equivalent of a title page: it introduces the book as "the words of Kohelet, son of David, king in Jerusalem."HeresyThe opening of William Shakespeare's Sonnet 59 references Ecclesiastes 1:910CompositionThe majority of reasons offered for non-Solomonic authorship seem weak at best, yet the vast majority seem to espouse those same reasonsFew of the many attempts to uncover an underlying structure to Ecclesiastes have met with widespread acceptance; among them, the following is one of the more influential:Christians and Jews have traditionally (up to the 18th and 19th centuries) held that Solomon is the author of the book of EcclesiastesThe New Dictionary of Cultural LiteracyThe Civil War, a narrative, vol 5d8a9798ff