God's First Truth: Tyndale/Rogers
words of the , son of David, king Jerusalem yet the sea is All things are that are done under of wisdom and knowledge the more knowledge
I thought in my heart,
and planted vineyards. I made
gardens silver and gold treasure of kings and
that my hands had to
consider wisdom, I saw that wisdom in the darkness that is done
under the be a wise man or a fool?
and a great to eat and drink and the sinner he
to be born and a time to die a time to plant and a time to
and a time to build
time to weep and a time to laugh
time to mourn and a time to dance
time to stones and a time to gather
time to embrace and a time to refrain
and a time to speak
time to love and a time to hate
time war and a time peace.
in the hearts of men they h from beginning to end. I that there is nothing better for thn to be nothing can be
the spirit of man upward and the spirit of the goe down into
the earth? I that there is nothing better for a man than to his
, that is his . who bring him to see
of their done under the
I saw that all labor
are better than one, together, they
warmut how can warm alone?ne may be
the house of God
in heaven and earth, let words be few.
there are many no pleasure in satisfied with
his mother's womb, a man to eat and drink, and the days of his life,
and honor, so that he nothing his heart desire
God hundred children and live many years thousand years
what is good for
and the day of death better than the day
of birth. It is better to go a house of mourning than a The heart of the wise is in the mourning, but the heart of is in the house of . It is better to
a wise than to the song of fools.ike the crackling of thorns
righteousness, and in his wickedness.
hands are chains.
only have I found God made
power over the
applied my mind under the go well with them
than to eat and drink and be his all the days of life God give him under the . When
I applied mind to wisdom
righteous and wise and with the sinners it
in their hearts
than a dead
lionor living know that they die but dead know nothing with gladness, for , all the days of life that God ha
given under the , there is neither
against it. Wisdom is better than strength. mans wisdom is despised, and his words
are is better than
wisdom and honor I have seen under the
a wise man's mouth are gracious, but a fool
and whose princes and
whose princes eat for strength and not for a bird of the air
full, they pour rain upon the earth.
whether this or that let him remember the days of darkness, be many the ways of heart and for all these things
no pleasure in them before the sun the light the
moon and stars , and the clouds after the rain when the keepers of the
house tremble, and the strong men rise up
at the the grasshopper mourners go about the streets. the silver , or the
golden broken at the well, and the spirit return God gave it.
words of the wise are like
the conclusion of : Fear God and keep his commandments, for this is the whole duty of man.