Garrett Kell - September 7, 2014
Why We Worship When All Is Well (Job 1:1-5)
From Series: "Job: Meeting God in the Midst of Grief"
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Would you be willing to lose everything if it meant you would get more of God? When all things are going well, it is easy for us to not feel our need for God. But when trials and suffering come, we can be tempted to not look to God for help and hope. In this opening message of our series in Job we dive deep into the life of Job and learn why we worship God when all is well; and how that helps us when all goes terribly wrong.
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|The Wisdom of God in the Suffering of Job (Job 27:1-31:40)||Garrett Kell||October 12, 2014||Listen|
|Justification in the Book of Job (Job 32:1-37:24)||Garrett Kell||October 26, 2014||Listen|
|What God Says to a Suffering Soul (Job 38:1-42:16)||Garrett Kell||November 2, 2014||Listen|
|The Gospel and the Sufferings of Job (Job 42:1-17)||Garrett Kell||November 9, 2014||Listen|