This past Sunday, we explored how we see Jesus in the book of Job. How does Jesus help us in our suffering? Scott and Justin look at this question today to help apply the Sunday sermon to our suffering.
The book of Job introduces us to the themes of redemption. These themes find their fulfillment in the pages of the New Testament and the person of Jesus Christ. Job believed so much about God’s grace with so little revelation of his plan. May we be granted grace to trust in God with so much […]
This season in our church is full of transitions. On Sunday, we kicked off a new year of children and youth Sunday school classes, began new adult discipleship studies, and our church is excitedly preparing for a building campaign. On this week’s podcast episode, Scott and Justin acknowledge these new beginnings before reflecting on Sunday’s […]
We need wisdom when we suffer, but it is no different than the wisdom we are called to in all seasons of life. True wisdom is the fear of the Lord. True understanding is to turn from evil and seek the Lord. In season and out of season, the wisdom of walking in right relationship […]
Job’s friends failed to help him in his suffering. How can we speak encouragement to our friends in their suffering? How can we speak into their lives, and when should we seek to correct wrong theology? This week on the podcast, Justin and Scott look at these issues.
In Job’s season of suffering the sad reality is that his three friends missed his pain to prove their point. From the speeches between Job and his friends we can learn much about how to be, and not to be, a friend. Text: Job 4-5