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Job's three friends spoke to him throughout the book of Job. Much of what they said was wrong and hurtful. However, their initial reaction was one that we all should pay attention to.
Denomination: Lutheran
Scripture: Job 2:11-2:13
Shared: 3/30/2010
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Patient endurance means to stay where you are, continue doing good, and being unmovable even when you really feel like running, hiding and giving up! A patient believer knows that God has not left him nor forsaken him. God’s help is on the way, and He wil
Denomination: *Other
Scripture: James 5:7-5:11
Shared: 1/11/2012
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The book of Jonah has been attacked because “there is no fish big enough to swallow a man whole;” but the book is quoted or cited 9 times in the NT, with ne’er a doubt to its authenticity.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Job 1:1-1:17
Shared: 9/24/2007
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James in exhorting Christiance to follow the example of the patience of Job gives reasons for developing a 3rd lesson on Job and his great character of patience and faithfulness.
Series: James #31
Scripture: James 5:11
Shared: 2/2/2010
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A sermon that challenges us to wait on the Lord to reveal His will.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Job 42:12-42:13
Shared: 6/1/2014
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Patience is one of those "essentials" to our walk with God. It may come in a variety of ways, especially through trials and troubles. The troubles with riches and the rich leads to patient endurance.
Series: Be Prepared!
Scripture: James 5:7-5:11
Shared: 9/4/2012
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So called early Wisdom Literature is rather simplistic as to cause and effect. Whereas Job is a vital stride toward being more realistic, & honest, about life's complications. So, now look at the kind of man Job was, his 'friends' were, and his God is.
Denomination: Congregational
Shared: 7/24/2013
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James exhorts new testament Christians to be patient like the farmers, the prophets and now he exhorts Christians to pattern their patience after the patience of Job.
Series: James #29
Scripture: James 5:11
Shared: 2/2/2010
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James' exhortation for New Testatment Christians to be patient makes it worthwhile to develop a second lesson on the patience of Job.
Series: James #30
Scripture: James 5:11
Shared: 2/2/2010
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