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Jill Briscoe

Do you feel like something is missing in your life? Have you discovered that even your favorite pursuits don’t result in lasting happiness? Do you look at others and think that if you had their life, their money, their kids, or their job you would finally be content?

Well, King Solomon put that notion to the test. He was the richest man on earth, and in his search for satisfaction he had hundreds of wives, extensive property and possessions, and he satisfied every single desire that popped into his head—literally! In the end, was he fulfilled? In his own words: “Everything was meaningless, a chasing after the wind.”

If you are searching for something, and you’re not even sure what it is, this 6-message series from Jill will reassure you that you’re not alone. It will give you guidance on finding satisfaction in the only One who can promise us an abundant life—Jesus Christ.

For companion study materials, see related book titled Heart Cry.

Messages From This Series:

Why are we here? Is there a purpose? We have a need to know the meaning of life because God has put eternity in the hearts of man. Jill leads us to various chapters in Ecclesiastes to help us make sense of it all.

Is true peace possible? How can I feel deep tranquility inside? Jill points us to Jesus as she reads several verses that will help us feel held together when everything around us is chaotic.

In a world filled with “me-first” thinking, it’s natural to wonder if we matter to anyone. Who really cares about me? In Ecclesiastes 4,  we get to see Solomon’s longing for significance in another’s life, which ultimately can only be satisfied by God. In this message, Jill uses an acrostic for W-I-S-D-O-M.

Scripture: Ecclesiastes 4

When you can't feel God with your feelings, feel Him with your faith. There are plenty of times in life when we feel like God isn't with us because we are focused on our emotions. These are the times when it is crucial to speak Scripture over our circumstances. Then we will find ourselves being lifted out of the pit.

If we are honest with ourselves, instant gratification is the driving force for many of our actions. But that pleasure soon fades. Jill brings us to Ecclesiastes 2 where Solomon puts this theory to the test in an effort to see what truly satisfies.

Scripture: Ecclesiastes 2

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