Job, chapters 4-27. Genuine worshippers of God, those who seek God for God not for the stuff He supplies, those who have real saving faith demonstrate two characteristics: A Unique Pain and A Passionate Longing.
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In chapters 4-27 we see Job protesting his innocence and his friends telling him he can’t be. What do we learn from their harsh responses that we can apply to our lives today?
Here’s the Book of Job outline handout referred to at the beginning of the sermon.
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How can we help those who grieve and mourn? What can we say and what shouldn’t we say?
If God is gloriously sovereign over all things why does He allow suffering and evil? Why would a good God ever will that a bad thing should happen?
Who is responsible for our suffering and the evil we see in the world? Is it God, or Satan?
Do we live in a well run world? If so why does so much bad stuff happen to good people?