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Restoration, a Reflection on Job 42:1-6
The Lord has been speaking to Job (Ch 38-41) reminding him, "I am powerful, I have created the order by which all elements, animals, and people live. I am the giver of all, the One who knows all. Can any human do what I do." Job replies, "I know you can do ...
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Post-prandrial boatride, a Reflection on John 6:15-21
The meal that Jesus provided, like that of the original Passover, was about more than food on one day. And it was about more than satisfying physical hunger. When the Jews in Egypt needed rescue, the Lord had sent Moses. Hear the echoes of the Exodus story ...
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a reflection on Job 31:35-37
Job insists that he is innocent of all the charges that his friends have given as reason for punishment--so insistent that he says that if anybody would write an indictment, he would wear it publicly, and take it to the Almighty and tell him that he was inn...
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I'm reading Elaine Heath's "God Unbound, Wisdom from Galatians for the Anxious Church." Here's an excerpt: It is time for us to ask a better set of questions about being a vital church. Rather than counting Sunday morning worship numbers and the amount of m...
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Reflection on Job 14:7-15, Is there hope?
As I read this  Editorial in the Dallas Morning News  and reflected on the violence and the hopeful aftermath, I thought about the woes of Job
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Who's to blame, a reflection on the book of Job
According to Job 2, it's the Adversary, not the Lord, that causes the disasters to fall on Job. But, the Lord allows it. Do we need to make a distinction between what God does and what God allows to happen?
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Remember who's in charge, a reflection on Job 38:25-27
Four of Job's friends have visited him and gave him not very helpful counsel. The last one to visit was Elihu who told him that nobody could find the Almighty, "He is powerful and just but won't provide answers" (Job 37:23-24). Then the Lord answered Job fr...
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God Replies, a Reflection on Job 38:1-11
Reposting of earlier entry: .... In the Job text, the Lord does speak, and, to emphasize the importance of the words, is speaking for the first time in the book. "Man up. Answer these q . uestions. Where were you when I was creating? Who gave me any help or...
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Remember who's in charge, a reflection on Job 38:25-27
Four of Job's friends have visited him and gave him not very helpful counsel. The last one to visit was Elihu who told him that nobody could find the Almighty, "He is powerful and just but won't provide answers" (Job 37:23-24). Then the Lord answered Job fr...
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I Know My Redeemers Live, Reflection on Job 19:23-27
Job had replied to those who had been reproaching him, "How long will you torment me?" He recounted a list of people who had failed him, forgotten him, despised him. Attacks. Laments.  Then this. Job speaks confidently that he will be rescued and that he wi...
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Reflection on Job 7:11-21
Job has pled with his friends to rescue him, "Tell me what you think I've done wrong. I am innocent. Rescue me." (6:22-30). Dissatisfied, disappointed, Job is ready to give up. Death would be better than the life he has now. God has deserted him. In despair...
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Unhelpful help, a reflection on Job 3:1-10; 4:1-9
The adversary in an attempt to prove to God that he could cause Job to stop being loyal to God.  Job has lost his sons and daughters and has been struck with severe sores all over his body.  His wife in desperation and despair cries out to him, "Curse God a...
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