September 17, 2019

Subscribe to
Daily Readings

Subscribe By
Email

Tuesday
Ecclesiastes 4:4-6

Solomon again turns his eyes outward to look for meaning and purpose. This time, Solomon puts achievement to the test. Ultimately, he decides much of our labor and achievement is based on envy. Our motivation for the things to which we give our lives matters. If our sole purpose for work is to get what others have, we will never be finished. Solomon says you might as well try to chase and catch the wind. It won’t happen.

Solomon concludes there must be a balance between laziness and endless hard work. He says it’s better to have half as much and be content, rather than have twice as much and do meaningless work.

What about you? Why are you diligent in your job? Why do you serve at church and in the community? What motivates the way you spend your time? Pray God will reveal the truth to you now and lead you to repentance if need be.

October 20, 2020

Tuesday—Genesis 39:1-23
Keep Reading

October 19, 2020

OK, you can put your pen down. :) Over the past months, we have been reading and writing ...
Keep Reading

October 18, 2020

Inside Out, Upside DownThe Sermon on the Mount Sunday – Matthew 7:28-29 7:28 When Jesus had finished these ...
Keep Reading

October 16, 2020

Inside Out, Upside DownThe Sermon on the Mount Friday – Matthew 7:24-25 7:24 “Therefore everyone who hears these ...
Keep Reading

October 15, 2020

Inside Out, Upside DownThe Sermon on the Mount Thursday – Matthew 7:21-23 7:21 “Not everyone who says to ...
Keep Reading

October 14, 2020

Inside Out, Upside DownThe Sermon on the Mount Wednesday – Matthew 7:19-20 7:19 Every tree that does not ...
Keep Reading

October 13, 2020

Inside Out, Upside DownThe Sermon on the Mount Tuesday – Matthew 7:17-18 7:17 So every good tree bears ...
Keep Reading

October 12, 2020

Inside Out, Upside DownThe Sermon on the Mount Monday – Matthew 7:15-16 7:15 “Beware of the false prophets, ...
Keep Reading

October 11, 2020

Inside Out, Upside DownThe Sermon on the Mount Sunday – Matthew 7:13-147:13 “Enter through the narrow gate; for ...
Keep Reading

October 10, 2020

Inside Out, Upside DownThe Sermon on the Mount Saturday – Matthew 7:12 7:12 “In everything, therefore, treat people ...
Keep Reading

October 9, 2020

Inside Out, Upside DownThe Sermon on the Mount Friday – Matthew 7:9-11 7:9 Or what man is there ...
Keep Reading

October 8, 2020

Inside Out, Upside DownThe Sermon on the Mount Thursday – Matthew 7:7-8 7:7 “Ask, and it will be ...
Keep Reading

join Us

Attend

Listen to

Messages

A place to

Support

Contact Us

Have questions? Want more information? Reach out to FBC Lewisville and one of our team will get back with you shortly. We are here to answer any questions you may have about Christ, Salvation, the Bible, this Church, Events, or other things we can help with.

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.