Explaining the Book
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Explaining the Book is a podcast devotional series and Bible study guide.
||CleanJob 38 Commentary: Verses 18-33||Job 38 Commentary: This week I left work one day and I was puzzled. I had so many questions. Why am I here? Things are so hard sometimes. Why has God allowed things to transpire in my life that are painful and difficult? Why, why, why? And thankfully G||9/8/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanJob 38 Commentary: Verses 1-17||Job 38 Commentary: Well, something really interesting happens at this point. Elihu has been focusing on storms and clouds and lightning. And now all of a sudden – the Lord appears in one of those storms. KJV Job 38:1 Then the LORD answered Job out of||9/1/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanJob 36 Commentary||Job 36 Commentary: Let’s turn our attention to Job 36. In Job 36, we’re still hearing from this man named Elihu. And he’s still attempting to correct Job. Job 36 Commentary: “listen to me” 1-4 So, Elihu begins by urging Job to listen to him.||8/11/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanJob 35 Commentary||Job 35 Commentary: Sometimes we get the idea that God reacts to our sin or righteousness in predictable ways that make sense to us. We might look at the effect and assume the cause. What I mean by that is we might witness ourselves or others being bles||8/4/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanJob 34 Meaning||Job 34 Meaning: It’s a sad reality that in our times of suffering, it’s all too common – as we’re grasping for answers and struggling to be content with our situation – to suspect that God has gotten something wrong. We might ask, “why, God?||7/21/2018||Free||View in iTunes|