Our study of Job comes to an end by examining the final moments of Job’s interaction with God and his friends. It’s a hopeful end despite all he’s been through.
Zack Martin joins us for the final time to discuss Job’s interactions with God. In chapters 38-39, God finally answered, but was it what Job wanted to hear?
The conversations between Job and his friends take up the majority of the book and do an amazing job reflecting the misconceptions of their world.
Zack Martin is back to dissect Job’s lament in chapter 3. This is one of the richest parts of the book, but also one that requires some grace and understanding.
Zack Martin joins us once again to discuss Job’s predicament. This time, he pours over the initial actions of Bildad, Zophar, and Eliphaz, Job’s friends.
Job’s wife is classically misunderstood. Today, I’d like to encourage you to offer her grace instead of condemnation.
Zack Martin joins us to describe the worst day in recorded history. A day day defined not by what happened, but by how Job responded to the devastation.
God issued a challenge to Satan in Job 1 and from that challenge, the whole calamity and story find purpose. Job was special, who knew better than God?
Many stories in Scripture start in a haphazard way. Job is one of them. The first 5 verses introduce our hero and set the stage for a great journey.
Adam Noles joins us to talk about the world of Job, particularly the problem of retribution theology. Please read this, it will help you grasp the book so much more.