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 Job:
Faith Remains When Understanding Fails (1997--1998)

Written by Janice E. Catron

Suggestions for Leaders by Lynn Williamson

At some point in each person's life, he or she must have the patience of Job, enduring suffering that seems it will never end. The book of Job recounts Job's reaction as all of his blessings (wealth, family, and health) are taken away by God in a test of faith. Janice Catron chooses the most significant passages to highlight the depths of Job's misfortune and sorrow. Catron proves that the book of Job serves as a guide for those who suffer or question God's ever- present justice, love, and protection. Participants will follow Job's progression of knowledge to realize that the God who blesses and the God who takes away can and should be reconciled into one rich portrait of God.

Lesson 1: A Test of Faith

Lesson 2: Why Ask Why?

Lesson 3: Does God Play Fair?

Lesson 4: The Limits of Wisdom

Lesson 5: When Tradition Fails

Lesson 6: Where Is My God?

Lesson 7: In Defense of God

Lesson 8: Out of the Whirlwind

Lesson 9: A Persistent Faith

 


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Job: Faith Remains When Understanding Fails
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