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  • Lord, Are You There? Job 23:1-10

    Contributed by Toby Powers on Oct 9, 2014
    based on 1 rating

    Job, in his troubles sought the Lord, but it seemed quite difficult to reach him. There are times we all face this same trouble. What do we do about it? Can we be assured that he is with us, even when we cannot seem to touch him?

    From The Desk Of Toby Powers Pastor Of Truth Baptist Church Bremen, GA LORD, ARE YOU THERE? Job 23:1-10 Intro: Bildad, Eliphaz, and Zophar had come to grieve with Job and had accused him of gross iniquity bringing about this intense suffering he was enduring, more

  • When The Way Gets Rough, Turn To Jesus!

    Contributed by Bob Phillips on Jun 2, 2014
    based on 4 ratings

    Try to remember that no matter what Satan, the world, or this life throws at you, turn to the one who can see you through it all, and never give up on his promise to never leave or forsake you.

    There is a saying that “When the going gets tough, the tough get going”. Job could have been the one who started that saying. He truly bore more grief and pain than we can imagine. Vs 2: Even today is my complaint bitter: my stroke is heavier than my groaning. Vs 3: Oh that I knew more

  • Now You See Me, Now You Don’t Series

    Contributed by Thomas Swope on Jul 31, 2016

    A study of the book of Job 23: 1 – 17

    Job 23: 1 – 17 Now You See Me, Now You Don’t 1 Then Job answered and said: 2 “Even today my complaint is bitter; My hand is listless because of my groaning. 3 Oh, that I knew where I might find Him, that I might come to His seat! 4 I would present my case before Him, and fill more

  • A Completed Appointment

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Jul 30, 2008
    based on 1 rating

    Funeral sermon for Alfred Bailey, long-term chair of the church Building and Grounds Committee, civic activist, and Martin Luther King Memorial founder. His unfinished tasks and his missed appointments are completed by a God who gave him many assignments

    It’s tough to be on time. And it’s tough to get things finished. In fact, those two items are closely connected. It’s tough to be on time precisely because it is so tough to get things finished. And if you are involved in a great many things, chances are you will never complete them all, nor more

  • The Glory Of God In Suffering Series

    Contributed by Tyler Edwards on Apr 24, 2009
    based on 8 ratings

    Why do bad things happen to good people?

    Glory of God Series June 1st, 2008 Glory of God in Suffering How are you doing? Bunch of liars. Now I am sure that for some of you that is true. Life is good and you are happy. By some of you are liars. When someone asks you at church: “How are you?” You know the proper Christian answer more

  • The Softing Of The Heart

    Contributed by Tim Parsons on Aug 27, 2006
    based on 10 ratings

    This sermon deals with softing our heart and a look at Job and see what we can learn

    The Softening of the Heart Job 23:1-17 (text v. 16) 1. Verses 1-6, Job is saying? I would come and let God know just how I feel, and He’d give me strength. 2. Verses 7-9? It was like a game of hide & seek. Job cannot sense God’s presence. Sometimes you will find yourself in some more

  • Vally Series

    Contributed by Carl Kelleher on Jun 4, 2003
    based on 24 ratings

    In-depth analysis of the 23rd Psalm

    Title: “He Is The God Of The Valley” Psalms 23: 4 “Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of Death, I will fear no evil; For You are with me; Your Rod & Your Staff, they comfort me.” Every one of us likes to have a Mountain Top Experience with God; -Because more

  • A Grip On Suffering

    Contributed by Ryan Johnson on Mar 6, 2002
    based on 97 ratings

    Message to help hurting people deal with suffering

    A Grip On Suffering (Job 23:1-11 (OT)) (Hope, Memorial Day, Suffering) (Deductive) INTRODUCTION: Have you ever asked God the question: Why God are you allowing me or my loved ones to suffer like this? If you have ever gone through some type of emotional, spiritual, or physical pain, then more

  • Where Is God?

    Contributed by Robert Simmons on Feb 24, 2002
    based on 55 ratings

    Address those in crisis who feel abandoned by God so they can know where God is and what He is doing when He seems absent.

    WHERE IS GOD? Job 23:3-10 Ted Turner, now a professed agnostic New Ager, at one time had associated himself with Christianity. He had a testing of his profession, however, when he watched his sister die a slow, painful death by lupus. He abandoned his faith in God, not willing to believe that more

  • Three Important Questions To Consider

    Contributed by Kenneth Trent on Aug 8, 2005
    based on 36 ratings

    Though God is always near His children, our spiritual eyes may be blinded from seeing Him.

    THREE IMPORTANT QUESTIONS TO CONSIDER “Oh, that I knew where I might find Him, That I might come to His seat!” Job 23:3 I. CAN GOD BE FOUND? Many children of God, both before and after Job, have felt a sense of having lost God. Though God is always near His children, our spiritual eyes more

  • Suffering With God

    Contributed by Robbie Parsons on Oct 3, 2006
    based on 4 ratings

    In the middle of intense suffering, Job proclaims that God knows and takes notice of our suffering. He also tells us that God is in control of the suffering. Lastly, we will see that God rewards endurance.

    Job has gone through some tough times. In Job, we see him enduring all four major forms of suffering that humankind faces. He faces the loss of income and security, the loss of valued possessions, the loss of loved ones and the loss of health. Either one would be enough do deal with, but Job more

  • Going Through A Long Dark Tunnel

    Contributed by Monty Newton on Oct 14, 2006

    It takes faith to keep trying... to keep believing God is active in yourlife.

    20061015 19th Sunday after Pentecost B Slide 1 Title: Going Through a Long, Dark Tunnel Text: Job 23:1-10 Slide 2 Thesis: It takes faith to keep trying… to keep believing God is active in our lives. Introduction Tunnels… The Eisenhower Memorial Tunnel is located on the more

  • Faith Can Survive When There Is Silence.

    Contributed by Ralph Andrus on Oct 16, 2006
    based on 1 rating

    How Job handled God’s silence

    When was the last time you had a bad consumer experience? Sooner or later, most of us have some experience with the trade or business world that makes us wish we had an easy recourse for at least registering a complaint. There is, of course, the Better Business Bureau, and that agency can be quite more

  • Evidence Of Things Not Seen

    Contributed by Scott Carmer on Oct 17, 2006

    Throughout his trials, Job called on his foundation of faith to cling to the evidence of God’s love even when it was not seen.

    Evidence of Things Not Seen Job 23:1-9, 16-17 October 15, 2006 Right after we were married, we bought our first couch. A really cheap couch. Had a wooden frame, cloth straps instead of springs, and cushions that never stayed in one place for very long. After I had been out of seminary more

  • Seven Examples Of Testing In The Bible Series

    Contributed by Tom Shepard on Oct 30, 2006
    based on 90 ratings

    This sermon looks at seven examples of how people were tested in the Bible.

    Seven Examples of Testing Job 23:8-10 (HCSB) 8 If I go east, He is not there, and if I go west, I cannot perceive Him. 9 When He is at work to the north, I cannot see Him; when He turns south, I cannot find Him. 10 Yet He knows the way I have taken; when He has tested me, I will emerge as pure more