Audiobook: Bible (Reina Valera) 21: Eclesiastés o El Predicador

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Bible (Reina Valera) 21: Eclesiastés o El Predicador

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EclesiastĂ©s o El Predicador contiene las reflexiones de un anciano, el "Predicador", cuando considera la cuestiĂłn del significado de la vida. El predicador mira hacia atrĂĄs y ve la futilidad ("vanidad") de perseguir incluso las cosas buenas que esta vida puede ofrecer, incluyendo la sabidurĂ­a, el trabajo, el placer y la riqueza. AĂșn cuando tales cosas satisfacen por un tiempo, la muerte seguramente terminarĂĄ con esa satisfacciĂłn. De hecho, el juicio de Dios sobre AdĂĄn por su pecado (GĂ©nesis 3:17-19) hace eco a travĂ©s del libro. Sin embargo, la persona que vive en el temor del Señor puede disfrutar de los buenos dones de Dios. El predicador exhorta a los jĂłvenes a recordar a su Creador cuando aĂșn tienen sus vidas enteras por delante (12:1). Tradicionalmente, los intĂ©rpretes de EclesiastĂ©s han identificado al "Predicador" a quien tambiĂ©n se le llama "el hijo de David, rey en JerusalĂ©n" (1:1) como SalomĂłn. Se estima que fue escrito durante el dĂ©cimo siglo antes de Cristo.

English translation:Ecclesiastes or The Preacher contains the reflections of an elder, the "Preacher", when he considers the question of the meaning of life. The preacher looks back and sees the futility ("vanity") of pursuing even the good things this life can offer, including wisdom, work, pleasure and wealth. Even when such things satisfy for a time, death will surely end with that satisfaction. In fact, God's judgment on Adam for his sin (Genesis 3:17-19) echoes through the book. However, the person who lives in the fear of the Lord can enjoy the good gifts of God. The preacher exhorts the young to remember their Creator when they still have their whole lives ahead (12:1). Traditionally, the interpreters of Ecclesiastes have identified the "Preacher" who is also called "the son of David, king in Jerusalem" (1:1) as Solomon. It is estimated that it was written during the tenth century before Christ. Summary by Claudia R Barrett.

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