The Passion of Job

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Xulon Press, Dec 1, 2004 - Religion - 176 pages
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The Passion of Job sheds new light on a very difficult book. It looks at the reasons why God put Job through such terrible suffering and explores what we can learn from his experience.
 

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Contents

The Story of Job
11
What is Awe and Why is it so Important?
23
The Warning Signs
39
Instructions to Job
57
Jobs Relationship with God
79
The Problem of Suffering
93
The Problem of Righteousness
111
Gods View of Job
123
Gods Authority and Jobs Awe
141
What Should You Do?
155
Epilogue
165
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