Have you ever asked yourself, “Is there any purpose to my life?” We want to know that the life we live is meaningful. If you have not pondered this question recently, then all it usually takes to bring them to the surface is a sudden tragedy. Tragedies wake us up and make us think about reality – about life and death. King Solomon, in the Old Testament book of Ecclesiastes, wrote that it is better to attend funerals than to go to parties. The reason is that we are more lucid about our lives during funerals. Funerals strike us with the frailty of life and cause us to reflect on how we are spending our time. Solomon started out well in his life, but then made many serious mistakes. Later is life he became concerned about those who would live on after him, that they would not make the same mistakes he made. Through the direction of the Holy Spirit, Solomon wrote this book to warn others not to go down the same dead-end streets he had. After seeking meaning in may ways, Solomon concludes his book by saying, “Fear God and keep His commandments, for this is man’s all For God will bring every work into judgment, including every secret things, whether good or evil. The power to enjoy a meaningful life comes from God alone. We must place our trust in His sovereignty, prioritize Him in worship, pursue His wise counsel, practice being a good friend, and purpose to give our all to bring Glory to the Lord. You want to find purpose in life, begin by turning to God and choose to follow Him.