Garrett Kell - November 2, 2014
What God Says to a Suffering Soul (Job 38:1-42:16)
From Series: "Job: Meeting God in the Midst of Grief"
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When God speaks, everything else goes silent. His infinite wisdom calls us to shut our mouths and be humble before our Maker. Job has been surrounded with confusing counsel for many days after his suffering, but then God speaks clearly. In these weighty and wonderful chapters God calls Job and all who hear to be amazed with His wisdom. This amazement leads to trusting Him, even when nothing makes sense.
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