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Job: Building a Theology of Suffering

The Speeches of Elihu: Truths Affirmed of Our God – Part 1

This Lord’s Day, we begin looking at the man Elihu and his place in the book of Job. He will unfold four speeches in the form of rebukes to correct Job in his faulty view of God. His speech addresses Job’s lament that God does not speak to him. Elihu will reveal God does speak to His children and that loudly through at least two means.

Enter Elihu: His Role, Rebukes, Relevance – Part 2

This Lord’s Day, we continue our journey through the Old Testament book of Job observing the last of the human participants in Job’s story – Elihu. We will discern his character and the spiritual qualities in his rebukes of correction to Job and his friends. From these speeches of Elihu, we learn much about the character and ways of the Lord.

Enter Elihu: His Role, Rebukes, Relevance – Part 1

This Lord’s Day, we continue our journey through the Old Testament book of Job meeting the last of the human participants in Job’s story – Elihu. He offers four extensive speeches that are both correctional to Job and his friends as well as beautiful descriptions defending God’s character by proclaiming God’s truth of Himself.

Job’s Final Words: Summary and Defense

This Lord’s Day, we continue our journey through the Old Testament book of Job finding ourselves listing to his summary statement of his life and final words. He will model for us a believer who is transparent in sharing his life while emphasizing his commitment to a life of blameless and holy conduct before his watching God and the world.