Job – The Beloved Servant of Yahweh (2)

Throughout the debate phase of the book, Job achieves victory over the friends and develops in faith, but a problem is also highlighted. Initially, Job had believed, like his friends, in exact retribution (4:3-4; 31:23) and on this basis he … Read more “Job – The Beloved Servant of Yahweh (2)”

Job – The Beloved Servant of Yahweh (1)

The book of Job is a wonderful exposition of how the love of God can be shed abroad in our hearts through a deep appreciation of His mercy. When we read of Job experiencing great troubles and eventually being delivered … Read more “Job – The Beloved Servant of Yahweh (1)”

Commune With Your Own Heart Upon Your Bed

Brother Colin Badger’s article is the first in his series on the Psalms for the Night Seasons. The debilitating effects of pain and anguish from suffering are all too familiar to the elect of God. We will find comfort in
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The Book of Job

“There was a man in the land of Uz, whose name was Job; and that man was perfect and upright, and one that feared God, and eschewed evil…”. So commences that ancient, epic book which is the subject of our
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“Hast thou considered my servant Job…”

For a man famous for his patience, it was far from  his defining characteristic. In fact Job could be quite impatient. Rather, there were two other qualities he  possessed above all else. Faith and … Read more “Job”

“But though He cause grief, yet will He have compassion” (6) A Biblical Perspective of Grief

Our previous articles have examined grief largely from a clinical perspective, providing an overview of  contemporary thinking about grief and grieving. Naturally, what has been missing from all of these articles is the perspective that we might gain from our … Read more ““But though He cause grief, yet will He have compassion” (6) A Biblical Perspective of Grief”