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In difficult times we must: 1- Count the blessings 2- Consider the source 3- Continue the life
Contributor: Steve Shepherd (678 sermons shared)
Scripture: Job 14:1
Tags: Growth In Christ
Answering the oldest question in the world !
Contributor: Mike Turner (145 sermons shared)
Scripture: Job 14:1-14:15
A look at the dreary topic of DEATH.
Contributor: John Knight (94 sermons shared)
Scripture: Job 14:1-14:2
Tags: Death Nearness
In this passage we see 2 different kinds of life, 2 different kinds of death, and 2 different kinds of resurrection.
Contributor: Melvin Newland (286 sermons shared)
Tags: Easter Resurrection
A message to help those face life each and everyday with the grace of God.
Contributor: Abraham Shanklin, Jr. (34 sermons shared)
Scripture: Job 14:1-14:5
Since Job canít find someone to mediate his case with God, he decides to appeal to the Judge. He says, tell me why or let me die. Heís tired of the false witnesses (his friends).
Series: The Mystery of Suffering (Job)
Contributor: Raymond Maurer (5 sermons shared)
Scripture: Job 9:32-14:14
This is a study into Job chapter fourteen.
Series: Jewels From Job
Contributor: Tom Shepard (266 sermons shared)
Scripture: Job 14:1-14:22
Tags: Hardship Of Life
Job is in a spiritual battle. He is ignorant of what is happening behind the scenes, but is certainly feeling the effects. Does this still occur? What does Godís word say?
Contributor: Greg Nance (377 sermons shared)
Scripture: Job 1:1-14:22
Job.14:1-6 Job enlarges upon the condition of man, addressing himself also to God.One of the profound truths we learn from this book is that our lives on earth are short.
Contributor: Bishop Lalachan Abraham (62 sermons shared)
Scripture: Job 14:1-14:6
Is there life after death? Death and dying are an inevitable part of human life. We are all going to die? But will we all live again? What do philosophers and religion say about life after death? What does the Bible tell us?
Contributor: Gerald Flury (479 sermons shared)
Scripture: Job 14:14