Remember your Creator in the days of your youth, before the bad days come, and the years come which say: I have no pleasure in them "
In light of the fact that nothing under the sun can satisfy the human heart, Solomon said: "Turn to God." Solomon was exhorting young people to make a decision to approach God in their youth. By continuing with the story are the reasons for making that decision.
Solomon was going to paint a picture of old age, a picture that would not be very attractive. However, it is a real picture of human beings in the age of old age. Perhaps the young people reading it ask themselves if in fact that stage of their lives will be like this. But then, when you reach a certain age, you will have to recognize that this description of old age is accurate.
Some skeptics say: "I believe in a religion for here and now, I am not interested in a religion of the hereafter." Well, here in these pages we have a religion for the here and now, for this present life, which implies being properly related to God and living for Him. Why? Well, let's look at the picture Solomon painted of the third age, which he painted very realistically.
"Before the sun and the light dim, the moon and the stars, and the clouds return after the rain"
Do you mean to say, that the stars that shine in the heavens will go out? No, dear listener, it means that your eyesight will not be as good as when you were young. And you will have to resort to the help of reading glasses.
And time passes, and bad experiences follow each other. And it says here: "And the clouds return after the rain". A person can go out and have a lot of fun, but then he has to dedicate two, or three or four days to rest because the human body needs a longer time of physical recovery.
The following work was taken from the Bible school after the teacher
the biblical references are from Reina Valera 1960.