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The case of Job 2 weeks 3 days ago #13143

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Cornelius, Molly,

Well I must admit that I don't check in as often as I used to. I'm glad there are still some of us around. As for the video above, I thought it was very good as well. I like you Molly was intrigued with the idea that it might have been written as a novel. That seemed to have struck home for me as well. Glad everyone liked it.

Thanks all
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The case of Job 2 weeks 2 days ago #13144

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Well, it perfectly answered my question. I always thought God was accusing Job of something, but He wasn't. Job rightly claimed he was righteous and without blame but God pointed out to him that he was just a small cog in a much bigger "machine", so to speak. And, needless to say, in the end he (Job) was completely restored and blessed even more than before.

That's beautiful. God is great!
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