Garrett Kell - October 26, 2014
Justification in the Book of Job (Job 32:1-37:24)
From Series: "Job: Meeting God in the Midst of Grief"
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Why does suffering happen to me? This question is often asked in the midst of our difficult days. Job asks it in many ways during his story. As he does, he tries to justify himself and ends up questioning God. But God is never in the wrong, and He is the One who is always proven to be right. In this message we consider what it means to be right with God and how it begins with seeing Him as the one who never does any wrong.
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