Garrett Kell - September 14, 2014
How to Worship When All is Lost (Job 1-2)
From Series: "Job: Meeting God in the Midst of Grief"
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How would you respond if you lost everything you had? The opening chapters of Job are some of the most sobering scenes in all of recorded literature. A righteous man goes from being a prince to a pauper in moments. His response? “Blessed be the Name of the Lord?” How can he say that? How can we say that in our times of trial? We will explore these questions and more in this message on Job.
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