Old Groans and New Songs
Old Groans and New Songs
F. C. Jennings

Produced by Al Haines
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PREFACE.

CHAPTER I. Perhaps there is no book within the whole canon of Scripture so perplexing and anomalous…

CHAPTER II. The wise man, having found that wisdom brought with it but increased sorrow…

CHAPTER III. Chapter three may be paraphrased, I think, somewhat in this way…

CHAPTER IV. But we must follow our Preacher, who can only turn away with bitterness from this…

CHAPTER V. With the opening of this chapter we come to quite a different theme.…

CHAPTER VI. Remembering how far the writer of our book excels all who have ever come after…

CHAPTER VII. But whilst the King has not that most blessed light…

CHAPTER VIII. Still continues the praise of "wisdom.…

CHAPTER IX. The last two verses of Chapter VIII.…

CHAPTER X. The climax of Ecclesiastes' exercises seems to have been reached in the previous chapter.…

CHAPTER XI. We are drawing near the end, and to the highest conclusions of TRUE human wisdom…

CHAPTER XII. Our last chapter concluded with the words, "For childhood and youth are vanity"…

"ABOVE THE SUN."

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