Why did God allow Satan to afflict Job so severely?
Why did Job falter in spite of his moral and spiritual stature?
Why didn't God directly answer Job's perplexing questions?
Was Satan triumphant? Was God satisfied with Job?
Was Job a mere, helpless ...
Job a mere, helpless victim in a contest between God and Satan?
Is there meaning to the whole episode? These are some troubling questions that confront reflective readers of the Book of Job. Understanding Job is an attempt to answer these difficult questions. More than that, it seeks to help us understand the person Job, his state and the meaning in his heart, and how he fared before, during and after the severe trials that came upon him. The content of this book is based on messages preached in a local Christian congregation. The underlying conviction is that the Book of Job is a very profound and meaningful book through which God desires to teach us deep truths - truths that are critical to the living of a life of whole-hearted, unwavering commitment to God.
Number of pages: 140
Date of publication: 01/01/2003
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