Garrett Kell - November 9, 2014
The Gospel and the Sufferings of Job (Job 42:1-17)
From Series: "Job: Meeting God in the Midst of Grief"
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What would it mean for God to heal your life? For many of us who have suffered great loss and brokenness, we often lack hope that things could ever be good again. In this final scene from the book of Job, the Lord graciously gives Job an abundant restoration which foreshadows the great day of healing that God will give His people when Jesus returns. Come and be encouraged to trust in the God who will one day soon make all wrongs right.
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