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The Book of Job: Chapters 24-25

Chapters 24 and 25 of the Book of Job remind us that when we live in reflection of God's heart, we're not the only ones who benefit. It can be tough to live for others in a world that tells us we should live for ourselves alone. Yet all around us are people who need... Continue Reading →

The Book of Job: Chapter 23

Darkness has come over Job in a way he doesn't understand. The attack of the enemy has thoroughly wiped out everything he had going for him. As a man who was upstanding and righteous, it was probably hard to contemplate the why of it all. When we are attacked, when we go through hard times,... Continue Reading →

The Book of Job: Chapter 20

Welcome back to my study on the Book of Job! Today we explore Chapter twenty in which Zophar the Naamathite responds to Job's previous speech. Right away we see where Zophar's focus is: on himself. Yet even so, God uses Zophar's speech to lay before us the truth and lies of sin and Himself. God... Continue Reading →

How Jesus Fulfilled the Law.

Throughout the Old Testament, there are prophecies signifying the coming of Israel's long-awaited Messiah. We know that those prophecies were fulfilled in Jesus' conception and birth. We also know that Jesus died as the final atonement sacrifice. However, have you ever thought about how Jesus brought the Mosaic Law to completion? I'll admit that I... Continue Reading →

Are We too Full?

While they were there [in Bethlehem], the time came for her to give birth, and she gave birth to her Son, her firstborn; and she wrapped Him in [swaddling] cloths and laid Him in a manger, because there was no [private] room for them in the inn. Luke 2:6-7 AMP The World Descended In those... Continue Reading →

Mary Did You Know?

I have always had a certain fascination, I guess you could call it, with Jesus' mother, Mary. She was a young girl, a teenager, engaged but unmarried, and yet out of all of the thousands of women God could've picked to bare His Son, He chooses her. I wonder what the people around her would've... Continue Reading →

The Book of Job: Chapters 18-19

Bildad's speech in Chapter 18 describes the life of a wicked man, a man who has not yet been cleansed of sin. It is a hard and dark life, honestly. Job's response in Chapter 19 is a direct contrast to the kind of life Bildad describes. Job's words are still hard, but they are not... Continue Reading →

The Book of Job: Chapter 15

I have come to the conclusion that Eliphaz the Temanite is a downer. However, if it wasn't important to us, if we couldn't glean and learn from it, I don't think it would've been included in God's Word. Despite Eliphaz's harsh speech, it is definitely meant to belittle Job, God uses it to speak of... Continue Reading →

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