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  • Why The Devil Is A Liar Series

    Contributed by Wayde Wilson on Nov 13, 2000
    based on 99 ratings


    “Why the Devil Is A Liar” (“The Devil Is A Sly Old Fox” - cassette tape) (P. Jimmy Illustr. - “Can I tell you somethin’?”) Well, there’s something I just need to get off my chest this morning. So, Can I tell you somethin’? (pause) The a liar!! That’s right! (say it with me.) He’s more

  • When Life Tumbles In

    Contributed by Rodney Buchanan on Dec 30, 2000
    based on 76 ratings

    Job wanted to know: What is the benefit in being good? Where is God? What should my response to God be?

    The most difficult part of being a pastor is regularly walking into situations which are filled with tragedy and brimming with raw emotion. The added pressure for a pastor is that there is a silent expectation in some people’s minds that you are supposed to have some answers — or at least some more

  • War Is Hard

    Contributed by Pat Cook on May 16, 2005
    based on 4 ratings

    Preached after the Asian tsunami. It shows that we have an enemy who wants to steal, kill and destroy.

    Job 1:6 -21 – War is Hard Well, a week ago I had planned to start a series on the life of David, from now until the Lent season. As the week progressed, I felt the growing need to speak about the situation in Asia. Three years ago, after 9-11, I preached on, ”Why, God?” And after the tsunami more

  • Hold On, I'm Not Done Yet!

    Contributed by Paul Davis on May 23, 2005
    based on 104 ratings

    This sermon highlights how one can make the best of a bad situation.

    Hold On, I’m Not Done Yet! Scripture: Job 1: 6-12 6Now there was a day when the sons of God came to present themselves before the LORD and Satan also came among them. 7And the LORD said to Satan, “From where do you come?” So Satan answered the LORD and said, “From going to and fro on the earth, more

  • Encountering The Almighty

    Contributed by Alan Balatbat on Apr 27, 2004
    based on 7 ratings

    A study of the attributes of God—seeing God as He is—is a life-transforming experience. Seeing God in His greatness and glory has transformed lives. Knowing God as fully as possible was the goal of the great men and women of God in the Bible. The great me

    1.Job, by God’s assessment, was “a blameless and upright man, fearing God and turning away from evil” (Job 1:8). God allowed a series of disasters to afflict Job through the agency of Satan. Job was “counseled” by three friends, which only added further to his suffering. Job was weakening under more

  • Hope Comes Through Suffering

    Contributed by Nick Scarpa on May 28, 2004
    based on 19 ratings

    As the old expression goes, "There’s light at the end of the tunnel" this sermon tells us that there is hope at the end of the suffering.

    ¡§Hope Comes Through Suffering¡¨ This morning we are going to talk about hope from the perspective of a man of God who experienced tremendous suffering. The apostle Paul was the last apostle chosen during the time the first church was getting started. Like the other apostles, Paul was chosen by more

  • Heaven's Wager

    Contributed by Larry Brincefield on Jun 25, 2004
    based on 25 ratings

    The story of Job continues today. We are all Job. Satan is trying to afflict us, to tempt us, to lure us away from God. We must remain faithful in the face of trials. We must fall to the ground in worship, expressing love to God. But, if we have faile

    Preached by Larry Brincefield on June 27, 2004 Title: Heaven’s Wager Text: Job 1:6-22 Introduction 1. I don’t have much time for “pleasure” reading. • I do so much reading of Bibles, commentaries, and other materials in sermon preparation, • I just don’t have the time to read much beyond more

  • Can I Prevent Suffering? Series

    Contributed by Raymond Maurer on Jun 28, 2004
    based on 16 ratings

    We all ask a lot of questions regarding suffering. Can I prevent suffering is the most common question. Outline: (1) Can I prevent suffering? No, even the righteous suffer. (2) Who causes suffering? Satan, but he’s on a leash held by God. (3) How

    Title: Can I Prevent Suffering? Text: Job 1.1-22 Series: Job: The Mystery of Suffering Raymond Maurer New Life Christian Church, Wixom, MI E-mail me if you would like the Power Point Slides ( In 1741 an elderly stooped-over man wandered through the more

  • If It Ain't One Thing It's Another!

    Contributed by Spencer Miller on Mar 9, 2003
    based on 105 ratings

    The testing of our faith.

    We live in a world full of trouble and problems, there are problems after problems. Not many of us can truly say "I don’t have any problems" Job even said it himself, "Man born of a woman but for a few days and full of trouble. But Job goes on to reason that since his days on earth are already more

  • Satan's Three Most Common Method's Of Attack

    Contributed by Darrell Jones on Mar 20, 2003
    based on 175 ratings

    satan appears with three common methods of attack against the Christian. he comes as tempter, deciever, and the accuser.

    There are three angels mentioned in the Bible by name, they are Michael the warrior angel, Gabriel the messenger angel, and lucifer the light. I want to dwell upon the tactics of the fallen angel who was known as lucifer, now called satan. You might read more of him in Ezekiel 28 and Isaiah more

  • The Hedge/Protection Of God

    Contributed by Izak Shipman on Apr 5, 2003
    based on 105 ratings

    A sermon answering the question of why bad things happens to good people. Why we’ve got to count it joy when we’re tested.

    Job 1:6-12 James 1:2-3 My brethren, count it all joy when ye fall into divers temptations; 3 Knowing this, that the trying of your faith works patience. ·We must count it joy when we are tested. ·Why are there tests? ·Who test us? ·Find answers here in Job. ·Here we find the curtain lifted up more

  • God's Grace Is Sufficent

    Contributed by Craig Hale on May 14, 2003
    based on 91 ratings

    In times of difficult trials or storms,how are you going to maintain your walk with Him? Job is a good example for us to look at

    Job Chapter 1 God’s Grace Is Sufficient Introduction: The book describes Job as being a blameless and up right man, and one who feared God, he consumed a Considerable fortune. Job had a big family lots of children as well as live stock Job’s reputation was very much respected. One might more

  • "Undersatanding Satan's Devices"

    Contributed by Jerry Depoy on Jul 28, 2003
    based on 56 ratings

    We are not to be ignorant of Satan’s devices. From Job chapter one we can learn just how Satan is at work to destroy the testimony of the believer.

    “Satan’s Devices and God’s Devotion” (2 Cor 2:11) Lest Satan should get an advantage of us: for we are not ignorant of his devices. I have enclosed the text of the 1st Chapter of Job at the end of this message. You will want to be sure to read this text to get a better understanding this more

  • Lord, This Really Hurts

    Contributed by Rick Gillespie- Mobley on Mar 13, 2004
    based on 34 ratings

    This sermon deals with the stress we face when unexpected losses come into our lives. Job is the chief character.

    Lord, This Really Hurts NLF 2/8/2004 Job 1:6-22 Matthew 11:25-30 Our Bible Study this week involves the stress of loss. Today’s message is entitled, “Lord this really hurts.” Have you ever had to say to the Lord, or to someone else, “now this really hurts?” We are all going to more

  • We Can Become Hardhearted With A Spirit Of Unbelief Or Know God Is In Contr

    Contributed by Dennis Selfridge on Apr 21, 2004
    based on 32 ratings

    How to overcome knowing God is in control

    WE CAN BECOME HARDHEARTED WITH A SPIRIT OF UNBELIEF OR KNOW GOD IS IN CONTROL JOB 1:1, 8, 21, 22, 42:5 Could Job have said in all that he was going through, “It does not pay to be holy or walk honestly? God treats the wicked and the pure the same. We both suffer. So why labor to be honest?” Job more