Treasury of Scripture Knowledge
And I looked upon all my works my hands made, and upon the labor I labored to do, and behold, all vanity and striving of the spirit, and no profit under the sun.
For the event of the sons of man, and the event of the cattle, one event to them: as this, so dies this; and the breath of one to all; and the preeminence of man not above the cattle: for all is vanity.
And I saw all the labor and all the success of the work, for this the jealousy of a man from his neighbor. Also this is vanity and striving of spirit.
He loving silver shall not be satisfied with silver; and whoever loved not the increase with the multitude. Also this is vanity.
For there is many words increasing vanity, what shall remain to man?
If man shall live many years, in them all shall he rejoice; and he shall remember the days of darkness, for they will be many. All coming is vanity.
Vanity of vanities, said the preacher; all is vanity.
Behold, thou gavest my days a hand-breadth, and my life as nothing before thee: but every man stood all vanity. Silence.
Surely the sons of man vanity, the sons of man falsehood: to be brought up into the balances, they together of vanity.
Man was likened to vanity: his days as a shadow passing away.
For the creation was subject to vanity, not voluntarily, but by him having subjected in hope,