Where Do You Turn For Answers To Your Hard Questions? by Nelson Price

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WHERE DO YOU TURN FOR ANSWERS TO YOUR HARD QUESTIONS?
JOB 9: 1 - 4
(PAGE 754 COME ALIVE BIBLE)
JESUS CHRIST has a purpose and a plan for your life. Do you? By
studying the lives of others we can get a better understanding
of ourselves. One life stands out on history's horizon as one
posing and answering many questions. In reality, it offers many
answers to our difficult questions. A biography of this man,
Job, appears in our Old Testament. Though it is actually the
oldest book in the Bible, it is as contemporary as today. It is
punctuated with 64 questions and offers one solution to all of
them.
Job was a good man, a very good man. Job suffered, he really
suffered. The cliche, "When it rains it pours," was never more
true than in his life. READ: JOB 1: 13 - 19.
You think you got it tough? What is a good way to respond to
such trauma? READ: JOB 1: 20, 21.
Having made an initial proper response to the tragedy of the
moment, pressure resulting remained. Questions lingered.
Job was a good man but like all, a sinner. He knew God to be a
holy God. "Holy" is a characteristic that perhaps more clearly
identifies God than the word "love." He is love embodied. He is
holiness personified. "...the Lord our God is holy" (Psalm
99:9).
The biggest question posed in Job is how can this holy God and
this sinful man have the gap between them bridged? In
searching for this answer there were and are two supernatural
superpowers that offer answers.
Job plays out the drama of his ...


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