Have you ever felt like Ecclesiastes is the book of bummer verses? You’re not alone! But wait! “Life-Giving Encouragement from Ecclesiastes” flips the script, revealing the hidden gems of wisdom within this often-misunderstood book.

This devotional, published by Our Daily Bread, is like a warm cup of cocoa on a crisp morning – comforting, insightful, and sure to brighten your day. Each day, you’ll delve into a bite-sized portion of Ecclesiastes alongside insightful reflections. 

The authors don’t shy away from the book’s tough questions. Still, they weave hope and practical takeaways that leave you feeling encouraged, not defeated.

Here’s What Truly Shines

Daily Dose of Encouragement: Who doesn’t need a little pick-me-up each day? This devotional delivers short, uplifting messages that resonate with everyday life.

Finding Light in the Shadows: Ecclesiastes grapples with life’s uncertainties, but this devotional helps you see the purpose and beauty woven within them.

Trusting the Bigger Picture: Let’s be honest, sometimes life feels meaningless. This devotional gently nudges you towards a life of faith and dependence on a loving God, even when you can’t see the end goal.

Practical and Engaging: This devotional isn’t just about lofty ideas. It provides thought-provoking questions and prayers that help you apply the wisdom to your own life.

Whether you’re a seasoned Bible reader or just starting out, “Life-Giving Encouragement from Ecclesiastes” is a delightful way to approach this thought-provoking book. It’s a month-long journey that will leave you feeling more equipped to navigate life’s ups and downs, all with a heart full of joy.

*** I’d like to thank NetGalley and Our Daily Bread for sending me a complimentary review copy in exchange for my honest review. As always, all thoughts and opinions are my own. #LifeGivingEncouragementfromEcclesiastes #NetGalley. 

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  1. This is interesting. I am reading Ecclesiastes just now, using Warren Wiersbe’s Be Satisfied. I think of Ecclesiastes as life in a fallen world. So much would seem futile except God has “placed eternity” in our hearts.

    1. It really was interesting. Your right about Ecclesiastics that’s what I thought too. The writers brought hope to light in the devotional.

  2. I sure need a pick me up each day, thankfully I work with a fab group of people who manage to do this for me and each other every day. Thanks for sharing with #pocolo

    1. Sounds like a great group of coworkers.

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