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…[audio “http://files.graceandknowledge.com/FaithNotAnswers.mp3”]
This sermon explains the Lord’s reply to Job and its significance for us today.