Category Archives: Job

God’s assessment of Job

I really, really love the book of Job. I’ve blogged about it before, not that long ago, but lately I’m being drawn to his story again. What esteem God must have held him in, what trust He must have placed … Continue reading

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all the layers

The more I think about the story of Job in the Bible, the more layers I see. This is a much deeper book than I will ever be able to understand, but here are the layers of God’s character that … Continue reading

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wisdom

When I read these words in the book of Job, I can’t help but feel that something has been lost in our modern, godless understanding of wisdom. Come, Lord Jesus. “There is a mine for silver and a place where … Continue reading

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The God of Job

I’ve been reading the book of Job recently, and it’s amazing how it has opened up to me in a new way. The basic plot of the book, which I had been taught in Sunday school, was that Job is … Continue reading

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