When You Can’t Find Answers

Job faced some trials in his life (to put it quite mildly) and those afflictions raised some very difficult questions for him.  Using legal terminology repeatedly, Job demands a “court date” with God – he wants to be put on the divine docket.  And in the end (Job 38-42), Job hears from the Lord.  But he doesn’t hear the answers to his questions like we would expect…

This sermon explains the Lord’s reply to Job and its significance for us today.

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