In this final exchange, God speaks to Job about the Behemoth and the Leviathan. What have these fantastic beasts to do with God's justice, and why was Job's final response accepted by God? Pastor Tan Sern Khoon preaches from Job 40:3-42:6.
There is a vast difference between asking a question and questioning. When we have questions for God, which one is it? Listen to this message on how God responded to Job. Pastor Adrin Muñoz preaches from Job 38-40:5.
What lies behind God's questions of us when we suffer? Pastor Chris Chia preaches from Job 38 to 40:3
Have you ever asked God to take away your life? Job wished death upon himself. Why did he do so? And what do his complaints against his friends and God tell us? Pastor Adrin Muñoz preaches from Job 6-7.
Job’s reply to Eliphaz and his lament in Job 6-7 shows that there is a place for lament as valid speech to God and even as worship of God. Pastor Edmund Fong preaches.
Are we sharer or multiplier of sorrows? As God’s people, we have received comfort from God. We are channels of God’s comfort to those suffering. The dialogues between Job & his friends can teach us what is helpful & harmful counsel, as graded by God. Pastor Joe Heng preaches from Job 4-5.
Despite a fine and sound wisdom and theology presented to Job in his suffering, Eliphaz's theology ultimately fails him. Come and listen to how the God of our theology does not fail us, when our theological systems can. Pastor Edmund Fong preaches from Job 4-5.
Inherently, we crave to be whole. And when our lives fall apart in a crisis, who do we retain the integrity of our lives? The Book of Job shows how a man who has undergone a great crisis, and yet treasured his integrity before God more than anything else, showing that our worship is the key to hold our lives together. Pastor Lim Luck Yong preaches from Job 2.