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How the increase of sorrow and exasperation will end

“And I set my mind to seek and explore by [man’s] wisdom all [human activity] that has been done under heaven. It is a miserable business and a burdensome task which God has given the sons of men with which to be busy and distressed. For in much [human] wisdom there is much displeasure and exasperation; increasing knowledge increases sorrow,” (Ecclesiastes 1:13,18).


Solomon was an intellectual and prosperous king, who set his life to learn human activity and man’s wisdom. He explored the pleasures and gratifications of life.  People came from far and near to hear Solomon’s words of wisdom, yet with all his earthly wealth and wisdom, he sought the true meaning in life…


Solomon recognized, human knowledge and wisdom is stressful, miserable and burdensome… never fulfilled, the result is vanity… pride, conceit, trivial…


As I observe mankind shifting into new dimensions and/or elements, their research and wisdom is phenomenal and has been beneficial to human life.


Yet, their curiosities have driven them down a road of destruction… destroying nature, tapping into the depths of God’s creation with the intent to reconstruct it to their satisfaction and glorification… and based on their futuristic calculations and opinions …


They call it reset or reconstructing the world. They continue to search for the secret and hidden things which God said the natural man will never understand… exasperating and increasing sorrow on mankind.


They believe wealth, knowledge and wisdom, covers and protect them from the atrocities they inflect on the human race, avoiding the reality that life is like a vapor… here today and gone tomorrow.


Death has no special privileges, it cannot restore or save itself… ijs🤷🏽‍♀️



~SAR~




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Damone Johnson
Damone Johnson
Jul 09, 2022

Now this is an outstanding article. I really appreciate the encouragement to continue to search, to maintain spiritual wisdom, understanding and knowledge that comes from God and not to lean on mans wisdom

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Stephanie
Stephanie
Jul 09, 2022
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Thank you Damone. Praises to God 🙌🏽🙏🏽 Be sure to share with others.

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