Come What May, I'll Go God's Way (1 of 4) by Ken Trivette
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Sermon Series: Bible "Though's" That Always Have A "Yet!"
1. THE COURSE WE HAVE FROM GOD
A) Will of God for Our Life
B) Work of God in Our Life
2. THE CONFIDENCE WE HAVE IN GOD
A) The Prudence of His Ways
B) The Promises of His Word
C) The Product of His Work
3. THE COMMITMENT WE HAVE FOR GOD
A) His Faith in God
B) His Facing of God
An interesting set of twins that I have found in the Bible is the words "though" and "yet." On several occasions in the Bible we find these two words in the same verse. For a few weeks I want us to look at some of the verses in which we find both the word "though" and "yet." I want to call them Bible "Though's" That Always Have A "Yet!"
The first one that I want us to consider is found in Job 13:15. Job said, "Though He slay me, yet will I trust in Him: I will maintain mine own ways before Him." Job reminds us that even "though" life may have its hardships and mysterious twists and turns, "yet" we can look to the Lord and lean on the Lord. As well, his testimony of devotion in spite of what he was going through is a challenge to us all that difficulties should not discourage us nor defeat us.
Robert Leighton said, "Adversity is the diamond dust heaven polishes its jewels with." The greatest burdens of life often result in the greatest blessings of life. What we often think will break us is oftentimes the very thing that builds us. God has on many occasions dug the wells of joy with the spade of sorrow. As Shakespeare said, "Sweet are the uses of adversity." God use of adversity always has sweet results.
Job was no stranger to trials and adversity. The story of his trials is very familiar. As he stood in the very eye of the storm this was his testimony, "Though He slay me, yet will I trust in Him: I will maintain mine own ways before Him." Job was saying, "Come what may, I will go God's way."
Let's look closer at these stirring words ...
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