Garrett Kell - October 5, 2014
Why Do Bad Things Happen To God's People? (Job 4:1-37:24)
From Series: "Job: Meeting God in the Midst of Grief"
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What do you say to someone who is suffering? In this portion of the book of Job we learn what not to say. Very often we can be tempted to assume that someone is suffering because of what they have done. Job’s friends come to him with that assumption. In their conversations they say some true things, and many misguided ideas that further wound Job. What then should we say to someone who is suffering? Let us draw near to God’s Word and learn together.
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