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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 31

Chapter 31 concludes Job's final speech. It viewed as his final assertion of integrity and within it he covers some important topics. He wonders what God has in store for him, how he will one day be judged before the throne of God for his actions. Job also speaks of how he let the opinion... Continue Reading →

The Book of Job: Chapter 30

If I had to label Chapter 30, I'd label it as a Look at Differing Opinions. There's the People's Opinion, which Job relates to in the first few verses, and there's God's Opinion. The difference between the opinion of the assembly and God is vastly different here. While Job is complaining about how he'd recently... Continue Reading →

The Book of Job: Chapter 29

In the Twenty-Ninth Chapter of Job, we are given a glimpse of Job's life prior to the enemy's attack. Job was in a place of position and helped prosper his community. He was honored and respected, people called him blessed and sought out his counsel. Yet all of it had become empty. Job had so... Continue Reading →

The Book of Job: Chapter 28

In the middle of his suffering, Job worships God. So far he's displayed his belief and trust in God, even in the face of his friends' unbelief and accusations. Now with Chapter 28, Job lays everything aside and praises Wisdom, a characteristic of God. Throughout what some versions label as a Hymn, we see how... Continue Reading →

The Book of Job: Chapters 26-27

What we say can reveal a lot about God. Or it can muddy the waters. In order to make sure we aren't doing the latter, we need to know not only what God's Word says, but the dividing line He created and how He understands it. Job and Bildad are two examples we can look... Continue Reading →

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 →

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 →

Little Drummer Boy

Christmas Carols have really been speaking to me this year. Songs that I have heard for so many years are taking on a new meaning, and Little Drummer Boy is no exception. In this carol is the simple reflection of the Colossians 3:23. Whatever gifts we have, let us use them to honor God. Whatever... 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 →

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