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The Book of Job: Chapter 39

In Chapter 39, God speaks of nature and the animals that dwell on the earth. He asks Job, Do you command them as I do? But what He shows us is the instability of a life built with pieces of the world and Him. In studying the thirty-ninth chapter of Job, I find confirmation for... Continue Reading →

The Book of Job: Chapter 38

The path has been laid, the foundation set, and finally God speaks. The beginning of the Lord's discourse may seem combative, even demeaning, but what God's words do is break down the rest of the wall that is keeping Job from Him. This beginning also shows us just how great God is and how great... Continue Reading →

The Book of Job: Chapter 37

Can we all agree that storms, both atmospherical and of life, are hard? Yet there is opportunity to draw near to God in both. In the final chapter of his discourse, Elihu speaks about storms and the One who controls them. This is actually a great ending to his discourse because Job is navigating his... Continue Reading →

God’s Calling for Your Life.

It seems like each and every person is searching for the meaning of their life. With questions like, Why was I born? and What is the purpose of my life? a frequent refrain, it's hard not to question the meaning of our existence. For Christians, there's often another layer in that. We look to a... Continue Reading →

The Book of Job: Chapter 36

The majority of Chapter 36 is taken up with Elihu expounding on God's grace and mercy. In comparison, Elihu points out how Job has become lofty in his heart and judgmental of others. What does this mean for all of us? For one, God does not dismiss any of us. He operates in mercy and... Continue Reading →

The Book of Job: Chapter 35

This portion of Elihu's speech focuses on the question: What does it profit a man to be friends with God? This is something Job spoke without first addressing all the ways God had originally blessed him. Job was of the mind that God gives and takes away, yet we must remember that fresh and salt... Continue Reading →

Let People Meet Jesus First.

I was reading in the book of Titus last week and since then I've been thinking of something Paul says in the third chapter. He saved us, not because of any works of righteousness that we have done, but because of His own compassion and mercy... Titus 3:5 AMP Now this is typical of the... Continue Reading →

The Book of Job: Chapter 34

Elihu has a lot to say about Job's accusations against God. He wastes no time reminding those gathered that God is just, something Job's arguments have been in contradiction with. Elihu also reminds us that God's justice isn't in favor of one person or another, but it comes to all, but even within His justice,... Continue Reading →

The Book of Job: Chapter 33

The difference with Elihu's speech is that while Jobs other friends spoke accusations against Job, working to get him to admit he had done something wrong and must've brought on this punishment from God, Elihu speaks of how God redeems and restores. He speaks of God's true nature. Elihu's speech is the definition of edifying.... Continue Reading →

The Book of Job: Chapter 32

Chapter 32 in the Book of Job is the beginning of Elihu's one and only speech. Elihu is the youngest of the men and yet he is the wisest of those gathered together. In this intro, we are reminded that wisdom doesn't come from us, but from God. We are also reminded that God's Wisdom... Continue Reading →

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