At the beginning of a story we’re introduced to a hero that wants something. Because we know the hero wants something, whether it’s to disarm a bomb or get the girl, a question is asked and the audience is curious about the answer to that question. Will the hero get what they want?
Ecclesiastes introduces us to the hero having problems getting what they want––happiness, peace, purpose in life. It seems the hero keeps “grasping after the wind” in their attempts to work for the answer to the question of life.
You are the hero. How is your journey going? Dive into Ecclesiastes with us to wrestle with the questions that all of us are asking.