Sermon Series
  • 1. 4 Unexpected Truths To Understand Why God Allows Suffering

    Contributed on May 24, 2021
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    Lots of people turn to this book in crisis. Recently, Vanderbilt basketball coach, Scott Drew, was asked how he is weathering such a terrible season – his team is winless in league play. The coach said that his father, also a coach, told his son to read the book of Job

    Job is one of the most unique stories you’ll hear – not just inside the Bible but anywhere. It’s the story of man named Job, a man whose character was tremendously strong but suffered exceedingly. But one day Satan says to God, “The reason Job follows you is because you’re so good to him. Stop ...read more

  • 2. With Friends Like These...

    Contributed on May 24, 2021
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    Hearing about their friend Job, three of his closest friends show up: Eliphaz, Bildad, and Zophar. As you’re going to see in the moments to come, if Job and his 3 friends were alive today, Job would surely “unfriend” these 3from his Facebook profile.

    Job is one of the most unique stories you’ll hear – not just inside the Bible but anywhere. It’s the story of man named Job, a man whose character was tremendously strong but suffered exceedingly. But one day Satan says to God, “The reason Job follows you is you’re so good to him. Stop blessing him ...read more

  • 3. Trusting God Even When We Don't Understand Him

    Contributed on May 24, 2021
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    Today is third installment in our series and we arrive at high point of the story – the place where God breaks His silence and speaks from Heaven.

    Job is one of the most unique stories you’ll hear – not just inside the Bible but anywhere. Today is third installment in our series and we arrive at highpoint of the story – the place where God breaks His silence and speaks from Heaven. Job is the story of man named Job, a man whose character was ...read more

  • 4. A Life Restored

    Contributed on May 24, 2021
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    When non-Christians were asked what is their biggest barrier to faith, the number one answer among Americans was the following, “I have a hard time believing a good God would allow so much evil or suffering in the world.”

    Today, we conclude a four-week look at one of the most interesting people in history – the man named Job. Job is a really good man. God even calls him, “…a blameless and upright man, who fears God and turns away from evil …”(Job 1:8). He’s so good in fact, that God tells Ezekiel years later: ...read more