Job has heard enough of his friends accusations, and fires back with a conviction that comes from knowing he is blameless
Pastor Bob teaches about Job’s friends and how all three men have a theology that doesn’t consider the concept of undeserved suffering or the idea of grace and undeserved favor.
Chapters 9 and 10 of the book of Job are job's response to the accusations leveled against him. He is again left in anguish, and realizes how badly he needs…
In this week's message, we see Jobs friend Bildad take his turn at accusing without really knowing. This is a trap many of us fall into today.
Eliphaz' careless approach with job causes him to wonder aloud why God would even bother with someone so insignificant.
This week we see Job's response to the speech that his friend Eiphaz gave. Words that should have been encouraging create only frustration for Job.
In this week's message, we see Eliphaz continuing to dispense his idea of wisdom, but he is missing one key ingredient needed to make his words truth.
Following job's painful outburst, the first of his good friends steps in to offer their own wisdom on his situation.
In this week's message, job again lashes out in pain, completely losing sight of God, and questioning his very existence!
In chapter 3 of The book of job, we see a man pushed to his breaking point, and he cries out in anguish, but not for the reasons that you…