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God's Gift To Us - Job 2:10

Job 2:10 Job answered, "You sound like one of those fools on the street corner! How can we accept all the good things that God gives us and not accept the problems?" So even after all that happened to Job, he did not sin. He did not accuse God of doing anything wrong.

I. We Will Also Receive Hardships.

II. We Will Accept Good Times From God

I. We Will Also Receive Hardships.

Don't misinterpret me, but I believe in pre-trib. I believed the last event that we're waiting until we go to heaven is the rapture and all those who genuinely believed in the Lord Jesus Christ will be taken out of this place to be with the Lord so not to experience the tribulation caused by the antichrist.

Greek word for "tribulation" is "thlipsis" which means pressure, anguish, burdened, persecution, trouble which we need to endure for the sake of Christ.

John 16:33 "I have told you these things so that you can have peace in me. In this world you will have troubles. But be brave! I have defeated the world!"

Acts 14:22 In those cities they helped the followers grow stronger in their faith and encouraged them to continue trusting God. They told them, "We must suffer many things on our way into God's kingdom."

Romans 5:3 And we are also happy with the troubles we have. Why are we happy with troubles? Because we know that these troubles make us more patient.

Romans 12:12 Be happy because of the hope you have. Be patient when you have troubles. Pray all the time.

In all of these things, don't be sidetracked but always pray for strength and endurance, that we may endure them until the end, praying that we can escape it is not God's will for us. (John 16:33)

Romans 8:37 But in all these troubles we have complete victory through God, who has shown his love for us.

Romans 8:38 Yes, I am sure that nothing can separate us from God's love--not death, life, angels, or ruling spirits. I am sure that nothing now, nothing in the future, no powers, nothing above us or nothing below us--nothing in the whole created world--will ever be able to separate us from the love God has shown us in Christ Jesus our Lord.

II. We Will Accept Good Times From God

Exodus 3:8 Now I will go down and save my people from the Egyptians. I will take them from that land and lead them to a good land where they can be free from these troubles. It is a land filled with many good things. Many different people live in that land: the Canaanites, Hittites, Amorites, Perizzites, Hivites, and Jebusites.

Exodus 3:17 And I have decided that I will take you away from the troubles you are suffering in Egypt. I will lead you to the land that now belongs to others--the Canaanites, Hittites, Amorites, Perizzites, Hivites, and Jebusites. I will lead you to a land filled with many good things.'

Psalms 19:11 His teachings warn his servants, and good things come to those who obey them.

Psalms 22:31 Each generation will tell their children about the good things the Lord has done.

Psalms 24:5 Good people ask the LORD to bless others. They ask God, their Savior, to do good things.

Psalms 25:13 They will enjoy good things, and their children will get the land God promised.

Psalms 28:5 They don't notice what the LORD does. They ignore all the good things he has made. So instead of building them up, he will destroy them.

Psalms 31:19 Lord, you have hidden away many wonderful things for your followers. You have done so many good things for those who trust in you. You have blessed them so that all the world can see.

Psalms 36:8 They get strength from all the good things in your house. You let them drink from your wonderful river.

All good things came from the Father.

Hebrews 9:11 But Christ has already come to be the high priest. He is the high priest of the good things we now have. But Christ does not serve in a place like the tent that those other priests served in. He serves in a better place. Unlike that tent, this one is perfect. It was not made by anyone here on earth. It does not belong to this world.

Hebrews 10:1 The law gave us only an unclear picture of the good things coming in the future. The law is not a perfect picture of the real things. The law tells people to offer the same sacrifices every year. Those who come to worship God continue to offer those sacrifices. But the law can never make them perfect.

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