by Dr. Ed Young

(Transcribed from actual tape) September 18, 1983 AM


Job 14:14

This morning you're going to need your Bibles. So I hope if you don't have one
with you, you'll look in the pew rack in front. At the end of the pew there's
some Bibles disguised as hymnals. They're white like the hymnal. And if you'll
get your Bible or sit where you can look on with someone else, it will really
help you as we look at a very profound area in the book of Job. We're continuing
our study of Job. If you'll open your Bibles to that book, the 14th Chapter, Job 14,
I'll read Verse 13 and Verse 14. Job 14:13 & 14.
-J'3 oh that Thou wouldst hide me in SheoL, That Thou wouldst
conceaz me untiz Thy wrath returns to Thee, That Thou wouldst
set a Zimit for me and remember me! 14 If a man dies, wiLL he
Live again? AZZ the days of my struggze I will wait, UntiZ my
change comes.

Let's pray together. "Father, how different we are. How diverse we are. How

broad and how wide and how deep are our needs and our hungers in this hour. We're

thankful, dear Father, that Thou art all sufficient, all wise, all knowing. We're

thankful that Thou art a God Who in Your divine sovereignty knows and cares and

yet loves. Father, meet our needs. Those who need healing, touch them. Those

who need convicting, deal with them. Those who need encouragement, those who need

a stern word of rebuke, Lord, may Thy word take on the wings of Thy Spirit and

permeate the deep, deep areas of our living. Yea, Father, we're bold enough to ask


that not a single one of us will be the same because of Your presence in this
hour. You speak, Lord. Let me get out of the way so that Thy word and Thy holy
and divine message might not only be heard, but may it be rec ...

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