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There are so many lessons to learn from the book (and life) of Job, the righteous. God was proud of this man’s righteousness although he was in comfort in real sense of it. 346 more words

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May 4@Job 35-36

Job 35-36 (NLT)

Discover His heart:   He uses our challenges to teach us and help us grow

Shortly after surviving the terrible twos when raising our children, we enter the world of Why?   613 more words

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Job 35-37: Elihu finishes.

April 30, 2015.

Daily Reading: Job 35-37.

Background: Job 32-34.

Concepts and Connections.

Chapter 35

Who is man in relation to God? As Elihu continues his discourse, he turns to Job and starts to define man’s relationship to the Almighty. 493 more words

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April 27@Job 33-34

Job 33-34 (NLT) 

Discover His heart: Whether instructing or disciplining, He always does what’s best for us

The early earth dwellers believed the world was flat. 603 more words

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Job: 32-34: Elihu.

April 23, 2015.

Daily Reading: Job 32-34.

Background: Job 29-31.

Concepts and Connections.

Chapter 32

Elihu: Job has made his final defense and his three friends have finished answering him, because they saw that Job was righteous in his own eyes and it would be futile to go on trying to reason with him to get him to see their points. 811 more words

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April 20 @ Job 31-32

Job 31-32 (NLT)

Discover His heart: His wisdom is for young and old alike – ours for the asking

Our eyes certainly are inundated with stimulating and suggestive sights just about everywhere we go, whether in public places, on the television or on our computers. 655 more words

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Reformed Commentary on Job: Chapter 38

In Chapter 38 God begins His first speech of the book, essentially arguing that His sustaining of creation is proof of His goodness and that man cannot question His justice as a consequence. 3,867 more words

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