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Worship and Suffering: Praising God from the Ashes

October 30th, 2017 · 1 Comment · Bible, Job, Old Testament, Psalms, Worship

In scripture, suffering and worship go hand in hand. The greatest book on suffering ever written, the book of Job makes this connection at the very beginning when everything begins falling apart in Job’s life, “20¬†At this, Job got up and tore his robe and shaved his head. Then he fell to the ground in […]

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Gaining Godly Perspective from Job 29-30

January 3rd, 2012 · No Comments · Christianity, Job, Old Testament

At the end of The Never Ending Story the Empress tells Atreyu that Bastien (the kid reading the book) has already chosen her name. He just has to say it. The Nothing, begins tearing down the ivory tower that she lives in and she pleads with Bastien to say the name he has chosen. Bastien […]

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What Are We Willing to Go Through For God To Do What He Wants To Do?

September 8th, 2011 · No Comments · Christianity, Discipleship, Faith, God, Job, Old Testament

Scripture is the story of the relentless pursuit of God to bring people back into relationship with himself. The Bible is very clear that God will go to great lengths to make this happen so that we can be made right with God. God is willing to sacrifice his own son, part seas, defeat mighty […]

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God’s 53 Questions

May 24th, 2010 · No Comments · Bible, God, Job, Old Testament, Religion, Spiritual Transformation, Theology, Thoughts

I am sure you remember the story well. Job was an upright man. Satan thought Job only worshipped God because he had it made. So God allowed all Job had to be taken away in order to find out if man would serve God only because of God’s blessing or because God is God. Job […]

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Small Group Lessons from Charles Kiser

March 26th, 2009 · No Comments · Bible, Bible Study, Christianity, Gospels, Jesus, Job, New Testament, Old Testament, Religion, Theology

One of the things I have been a proponent of here at K.L. is to not reinvent the wheel. There are so many good people out there writing small group and Bible class curriculum that could be beneficial to so many people if we just had an avenue with which to disseminate the information. Charles […]

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Addiction, Blessings, and the Book of Job

November 17th, 2008 · No Comments · Bible, Bible Study, Biblical Interpretation, Blessing, Christianity, Commercialism, Job, Old Testament, Religion

One of the best definitions of addiction I have come across is someone who treats objects like people and people like objects. People become something to be used rather than someone to have a relationship with. Objects transform from something to be used to someone to have a relationship with. Funny thing is the way […]

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