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Ecclesiastes (Geneva Series Of Commentaries)

Hardback|Jun 1981
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Charles Bridges shows that this neglected book of Scripture is relevant for today. Our land needs to be awakened to the futility of seeking happiness without God. The message of the book is designed to bring men to complete consecration...


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Charles Bridges shows that this neglected book of Scripture is relevant for today. Our land needs to be awakened to the futility of seeking happiness without God. The message of the book is designed to bring men to complete consecration to God.
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Charles Bridges' commentary on Ecclesiastes shows that this neglected book of Scripture is: Relevant for today. Our land needs to be awakened to the futility of seeking happiness without God. Clear when interpreted in the light of its overall theme. Suitable not merely for 'the light-hearted and thoughtless' but for 'the most eminent saint of God'. Necessary. 'On no account could we have spared this book from the canon. It has its own sphere of instruction and that of no common value'. Harmonious with the New Testament. 'We cannot fully enforce and apply Ecclesiastes except by the aid of Gospel light'. Sanctifying. The message of the book is designed to bring men to complete consecration to God, as Bridges declares: 'The men that we want are lively, warm, real men- men who have a daily contact with a personal living Saviour- men whose religion is the element in which they breathe, the principle by which they work- men who think of life as the seed time for eternity'.
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Charles Bridges

Bridges, Charles (1794-1869), Evangelical Church of England clergyman. He is the author of The Christian Ministry, Psalm119, Proverbs (Crossways Classic Commentary) and Ecclesiastes (Geneva Commentary).