Contributed on Jul 14, 2011
The difficulties in life are not what cause us to suffer. It is our response to these difficulties that cause us to suffer. The ultimate challenge in the book of Job is:- Will I Trust God ... Or Not?
Message “The Ultimate Challenge” Who is Job? Read Job 1:1-3 Job had buckets of money and was very well known. Not just because of his money, but also because of the type of person he was. Read Job 29:11-17 Wealthy, but not stingy. The cream of society, but down to earth. Famous, but ...read more
Contributed on Jul 28, 2011
Bildad believes that the way to respond to difficulties is to recognise that we have stepped out of line and that God is getting us as a result. Bildad’s answer is that we get back in line. What does the Scripture say?
Message “The Answer of Bildad:- Get Back In Line” When it comes to crowd control and keeping people in line there are many different theories on how to achieve this. Example of Mrs Gognait (give your own example) - what lunch time was like when she was not on duty (chaos). - what lunch ...read more
Contributed on Aug 5, 2011
Zophar’s answer to Job’s situation is to tell Job to pick up his performance - work harder and all will be well. But this is not a correct portrayal of God.
Message “The Answer of Zophar – It Could Be Worse” We live in a very performance based society. Example:- QCS and OP (university entrance score) Expand:- Everyone is ranked Example:- Quoting for a job Expand:- Best value at lowest price In one way or another everyone gets what they ...read more