Written by Michelle Myers:
God's Word is God speaking to us, we get to continue the conversation He started in the commentary, and the corresponding questions enable you to build discipleship relationships with women you know. That's the purpose and progression of the Conversational Commentary series.
What to Expect:
- gospel-centered commentary in a conversational tone
- written by women for women
- group discussion questions
- multiplication through discipleship
Ecclesiastes is frequently described as pessimistic, cynical, gloomy, and downright depressing. I see it differently, and I hope you will too. This book is Solomon's desperate plea to proclaim the goodness, the fullness, and the satisfaction that is only found in God. Solomon’s tried it all, been it all, and had it all. He knows first-hand that everything the world offers us is a counterfeit offer of what God has already given us. Ecclesiastes exposes the world’s relentless cycle of empty promises, but it’s not without hope. Quite the opposite actually. Solomon finally realizes the difference between the temporary and the eternal. Ecclesiastes is his best attempt to give us wisdom to live for heaven while on earth.
Michelle Myers is the founder of She Works H
is Way, a non-profit discipleship community for working women that exists to stir women up to love and good works (Hebrews 10:24) and strengthen the churches (Acts 14:51). She earned a Masters of Christian Education with an emphasis in Women's Ministry from Southwestern Seminary. Her books include She Works His Way: A Practical Guide for Doing What Matters Most in a Get Things Done World
(co-authored by Somer Phoebus) and Famous in Heaven and at Home: A Character Study of the Proverbs 31 Woman.
She is the wife to James and mom to Noah, Cole and Shea. They live in Asheville, NC, and serve at Biltmore Church.