The mediation and blessing of Job pictures Jesus – the only One who can deal with sin and suffering.
Trust that God judges every part of His creation – including evil – and works it for good.
Trust that God controls every part of His creation – including evil – and works it for good.
There is an answer to the profoundly difficult question of suffering – IF you have ears to hear: LET GOD BE GOD
The pride that says we are good enough will destroy us eternally. The humility that says we need God’s help will save us eternally.
It is not a sin to wrestle with man and God as long as you realise your imperfect understanding, cling to faith and never declare God to be unjust.
In the furnace of suffering – don’t administer the miserable comfort of legalism – instead administer the magnificent comfort of grace.
In Christ, we have a much greater hope than merely ending the suffering of this world.
The magnitude of Job’s suffering is proof of how crucial the gospel is.
Suffering often comes without a why in us.