Vanity—found 212 times in 189 verses
Variations: vain, vainly, vanities, vanity
Defined: that which is empty, futile, and of no value
First usage: Exodus 5:9 (vain)
Last usage: 2 Peter 2:18 (vanity)
Interesting fact: The single verse, Ecclesiastes 1:2, contains five references to vanity out of only twelve words. This verse by itself contains more references to vanity than fifty-seven of the books of the Bible.  
Bible study tip: In order to get a better grasp of a Bible word, try dividing your study into parts and then tying together the whole. For example, you might break a study of vanity into the following parts: things that can be considered vain (i.e., words, thoughts, etc.), companion words of vanity (i.e., deceived, deceit, falsehood, flattering, lying, etc.), and various feelings demonstrated toward vanity (i.e., anger, love, etc.). This will help the Bible student to grasp a deeper understanding.

Sunday, Day 323—Church Day (no devotional)

Monday, Day 324—All Is Vanity Under the Sun

Tuesday, Day 325—Provoking the Lord to Anger

Wednesday, Day 326—Church Night (no devotional)

Thursday, Day 327—How Long Will Ye Love Vanity?

Friday, Day 328—They Followed Vanity, and Became Vain

Saturday, Day 329—Turn from These Vanities


Day 323: Church Day

Proverbs 30:8 Remove far from me vanity and lies: give me neither poverty nor riches; feed me with food convenient for me: