Series: Meditations on Job
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Introduction - by Michael Phillips
Meditations on Job - Part 1 of 6
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Job 1:1-22
Jun 13, 2004 am - The Man Job has been called the truest book in the world. I cannot defend the statement, but something way down inside of me says it is so. Job sees life for what it is-a mystery. It is not a mystery to God, but it is to us-to all of us, including the ones who are na ve enough to think they've got ... More >>>


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The Court - by Michael Phillips
Meditations on Job - Part 2 of 6
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Job 1:6-2:6
Jun 20, 2004 am - Today, with the Lord's blessing, we'll move on in the series I began last week called Meditations on Job. I chose the word, meditations, carefully because that's all I have to offer-thoughts on Job-and nothing like an exposition of what may be the greatest-and most difficult-book in the Bible. Job ... More >>>


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The Calamities - by Michael Phillips
Meditations on Job - Part 3 of 6
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Job 3:1-26
Jun 27, 2004 am - Today, with the Lord's blessing, we'll move on in the series we began two weeks ago; it's called Meditations on Job. I chose the word, meditations, on purpose, because I cannot expound the Book-and if I could, I wouldn't want to. Unlike the tightly reasoned Letters of Paul, Job does not aim at the ... More >>>


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The Friends - by Michael Phillips
Meditations on Job - Part 4 of 6
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Job 4:1-16:22
Jul 11, 2004 am - If I asked you for the three vilest men who ever lived, who would you name? If you consulted Dante's Inferno, you'd find Brutus and Cassius (who assassinated Julius Caesar), and Judas Iscariot (who betrayed the Lord). If you read the history of the Twentieth Century, you'd say Adolf Hitler, Josef ... More >>>


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The Lord - by Michael Phillips
Meditations on Job - Part 5 of 6
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Job 38:1-42:6
Jul 18, 2004 am - Job is a man looking for answers. He wants to know why the innocent suffer. Or more to the point, he wants to know why he's suffering. He is the holiest man in the world, and for many years he has enjoyed God's favor. But no more! In the last few weeks, the man has lost everything: his fortune, his ... More >>>


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The End - by Michael Phillips
Meditations on Job - Part 6 of 6
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Job 42:7-17
Jul 25, 2004 am - Six weeks ago we began to meditate on the Story of Job. Now, at the end of our series, I have to admit I don't understand it any better than I did at the start. In fact, my understanding is less now than it was then. Job sees life as a Mystery, known to God, but not to us. If the Lord wanted to ... More >>>


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