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40 Minutes In The Old Testament

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Feb 19, 2024

Eliphaz finishes his argument and Job responds. Job remains concrete in his position that if God would only hear him, his suffering would come to an end. Some people commit great evil, but Job is not among them. And Job looks and sounds like Jesus. Have a listen.

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Feb 9, 2024

Job continues his response to the empty nothings of his friends. Eliphaz has a strange theology of a God that only looks for people to punish and resorts to slander and lies against Job to make his argument. Have a listen. 

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Feb 1, 2024

Zophar answers Job by repeating the same argument in different words. The theology of Job’s friends is simplistic and can’t do anything with suffering. Job responds by pointing to the obvious fact that wicked people don’t always suffer... they prosper. Have a listen.

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Jan 25, 2024

Job replies to his friends again. How much longer will they torment him with their presence and words? Everyone has abandoned Job and God seems to be against him. Job wants all his words written down. Despite everything, Job knows that his redeemer lives. Have a listen.

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Jan 18, 2024

Job continues his response and asks that the earth not hide his blood. Job waits for God to act toward him in a way that he recognizes. And Bildad replies with the same error-filled argument. Have a listen.

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Jan 10, 2024

Eliphaz can’t believe the way Job is speaking about God. Has Job done away with the fear of the Lord? The three friends have no category for an innocent sufferer. And Job tells his friends they are miserable comforters. Have a listen.

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Jan 3, 2024

Man’s days are short and full of trouble. Why does God pay attention to us when we are gone so quickly? Job dials in on the gospel before his circumstances overwhelm him again. And what Job needs is a preacher. Have a listen.

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Dec 27, 2023

Job continues his response to Zophar. Job’s friends have made a mistake by attempting to be God’s press secretaries. Job only hopes in God and because of that demands an audience with Him. And while he longs for death, Job will not bring it about. Have a listen.

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Dec 13, 2023

Zophar doesn’t believe he can let Job’s words go unanswered and doesn’t hold back. Job finds the words of Zophar to be a mixture of obvious and meaningless. And will wisdom die with his friends? Have a listen.

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Dec 7, 2023

Job mourns the lack of an arbiter between God and himself. Has God tricked him or set him up for all of this? Does God give good things just so he can take them away? Job wants to go into darkness, but he cannot do it with God so near. Have a listen.

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Nov 29, 2023

Bildad continues to call Job to repent. Job answers him and asks how a man be right before God? How can a man argue with God without an arbiter? Job firmly believes bad things happen to good people. And if God isn’t responsible, who is? Have a listen. 

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Nov 22, 2023

Job believes death is near and longs for it. Has God both abandoned him and yet is tormenting him at the same time? Why does God concern Himself with man at all? And a second friend speaks unhelpful words. Have a listen. 

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Nov 16, 2023

Job responds to Eliphaz, and he has some words for God as well. Job asks that his vexation be weighed. Why will God not grant his request to die? And the words of his friends have become nothing. Have a listen.

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Nov 9, 2023

Eliphaz responds to Job, and he has a lot to say. What has Job done to deserve this? Does Job reject the discipline of God? Has Job considered taking all this to God? These and other unhelpful words are spoken. Have a listen. 

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Oct 24, 2023

Job has three friends come to him and they sit in silence for seven days. When Job finally speaks, he laments the day he was born and that he didn’t die. Why is he still alive when he desperately seeks death. And why does Job never talk about Satan? Chad and Daniel discuss all of this. Have a listen. 

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Oct 19, 2023

Satan goes to work, and Job loses everything. Job’s response is mourning, and yet during unimaginable suffering, he does not sin against God. Satan comes after Job’s body and still, he will not curse God, even though his wife says he should. Chad and Daniel discuss all of this. Have a listen.

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