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  • Triumph Over Trials Sermon Iii: View Suffering As Inevitable But Redeemable Series

    Contributed by Charles Cunningham on May 13, 2020

    In times like these, when awareness of the inevitability of suffering gives rise to questions and doubts, mature Christians rely on the Word of God and reflect upon personal experiences of trusting God in and through it all.

  • Insults Series

    Contributed by Thomas Swope on Mar 11, 2016

    A study of the book of Job 11: 1 – 20

    Job 11: 1 – 20 Insults 1 Then Zophar the Naamathite answered and said: 2 “Should not the multitude of words be answered? And should a man full of talk be vindicated? 3 Should your empty talk make men hold their peace? And when you mock, should no one rebuke you? 4 For you have said, more

  • Hay Esperanza Para Ti

    Contributed by Raquel Martinez on Feb 21, 2011
    based on 1 rating

    Aun en medio de los problemas, puedes tener esperanza porque Dios siempre esta de tu parte para sacarte de apuros

  • Zophar, A Foe Or Friend?

    Contributed by Paul Carlson on Feb 16, 2009
    based on 1 rating

    How can you have a right relationship with God?

    Zophar, a Foe or Friend? Job 11 FCF: How can I have a right relationship with God? PROPOSITION: Because Christ is the Christian’s mediator, you can enjoy sweet fellowship with God. I. Acknowledge your sin! 11:1-4 Job is confronted with his alleged sin. A. Is Job’s more

  • Four Questions For Job - Job Chapter Eleven Series

    Contributed by Tom Shepard on May 17, 2007
    based on 18 ratings

    This is a look at the 11th chapter of Job.

    Zophar is the third of Job’s friends to speak. Job has heard two points from his friends: man is sinful (Eliphaz), and God is just (Bildad). Zophar now finishes with the third point: God punishes sin and gives less than we really deserve. 1 Then Zophar the Naamathite answered and said: 2 more

  • Sources Of Self-Righteousness

    Contributed by Dana Chau on Nov 20, 2003
    based on 56 ratings

    Discover solutions to overcoming self-righteousness

    We return to our study in Job this morning. If for no other reason, one Sunday each month, we need to be reminded that God’s people are not immune to suffering and confusion in life. Furthermore, the book of Job gives Christians permission to vent, to cry, to grieve, to be angry, and to be more