Have you ever wished that you could undo a mistake that you made? Maybe you said something thoughtless and damaged a relationship, or maybe you got injured doing something stupid? Though life doesn't come with an "undo" button, we can learn from the mistakes of others. In this first message of our "Undo" series from Ecclesiastes, Pastor Skyler looks at King Solomon's warning about being driven by pleasure.
Michael Easton suggests that Ecclesiastes "defends the life of faith in a generous God by pointing to the grimness of the alternative." Join us for this message that lays out the consequences of trying to fill life with things that leave us empty.