Monthly Archives: May 2011

The Bible Experiment – Week Twenty-two – Tuesday

With the long weekend and the Holiday I’ve been out of the loop for a while. This morning I played catch up. I managed to finish Job, how are you doing? Keep reading.

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The Bible Experiment – Week Twenty-one – Thursday

My favorite bit from today’s reading was right on the front end. In his suffering Job mentioned his longing for the days gone by when he felt that he was an intimate friend of God. I really loved when he … Continue reading

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The Bible Experiment – Week Twenty-one – Wednesday

I love that Job talks about all sorts of things that he doesn’t understand and he gives God credit. The horizon, the northern skies, hanging the earth on nothing, clouds, and more are part of Job’s list in chapter 26. … Continue reading

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The Bible Experiment – Week Twenty-one – Tuesday

In Chapter 23 we see that Job is struggling with not “seeing” God.  But even in the midst of this struggle Job is confident that God sees him. I dwelled in these few verses today. “But if I go to … Continue reading

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The Bible Experiment – Week Twenty-one – Monday

Have you never questioned those who travel? Job 21:29 I love what Job says here. Job is frustrated. He’s arguing with his friends about how it seems to him that the wicked and evil folks in the world often go … Continue reading

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The Bible Experiment – Week Twenty – Thursday

The tents of marauders are undisturbed, and those who provoke God are secure— those who carry their god in their hands. Job continues to insist that he is righteous, his friends continue to disagree.  This morning as I was working … Continue reading

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The Bible Experiment – Week Twenty – Wednesday

In chapter 9 Job is frustrated. He feels like it’s impossible for him to even make a case to God because God is so different than he is. Folks have always struggled with this sort of thinking. If God is … Continue reading

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The Bible Experiment – Week Twenty – Tuesday

Yesterday I was longwinded so today I’ll just paste a quick line from Job’s friend Elipaz. “Consider now: Who, being innocent, has ever perished? Where were the upright ever destroyed?       Job 4:7 I’m going to think about that—more specifically the … Continue reading

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The Bible Experiment – Week Twenty – Monday

I’m confused and I like it that way. I started reading Job today. I hope you did too. I know that Job is all about suffering but I’ve found myself just dwelling on the first few lines of the book … Continue reading

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The Bible Experiment – Week Nineteen – Friday

Hate and pride, a dangerous combination, Haman had both. He was considered one of the greatest all time enemies of Israel. If Haman had had his way all of the Jewish people would have been exterminated. As we saw today … Continue reading

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