When life is unfair we oftentimes lash out at God. In the book of Job, we see where Job does this very thing. But in the last chapter it all comes together. Today we are going to look at this chapter and study seven things we can learn about God as Job’s tragedy comes to […]
The story of Job is hard to understand when you first read it. Job, the most righteous man on the earth, loses everything because of God’s challenge to Satan. The rest of the book is Job wrestling with the pain of his hurt. His friends are no help and it seems like God is silent. […]
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The trials of Job illustrate many foundational doctrines and principles we should remember and apply as we experience trials in our own lives.
Psalm 45 Teaches it doesn’t matter what you are going through; God is still present and He is working!
Grace exists to make mature followers of Jesus Christ. On this Father’s day we are going to learn how raising a child to adulthood and raising someone to spiritual maturity looks the same in many ways and includes intentional training.
Paul has been describing how “sick” all of us are in Romans 1-2. In Romans 3 he gives us a final diagnosis; it’s stage four sin. All the x-rays show it. It’s spread from our tongue all the way to our feet. Denial isn’t going to change it. Doing good isn’t going to change it. […]
Doing the right things or living like we are expected to live is good, but these things don’t bring us into a right relationship with God. Paul teaches us in Romans 2 that our actions don’t really mean much if they are externally driven by a desire to please man rather than internally driven by […]
Being religious and being a Christian are two different things. Emphasizing your denomination rather than your relationship with God is being religious, not Christian. Focusing on doing the right things rather than being the right person is being religious, not Christian. In Romans 2, Paul makes it very clear that looking good does not make […]
What happens when we screw up? In Romans 2, God tells us what happens to those who mess up by breaking His laws and there will be no Supreme Court to appeal to when God passes down His judgment. God’s judgment will be righteous and impartial but it will also be final!