Monthly Archives: May 2013

Why Am I a Friend of Job? III

Although I was in crisis, I still had to preach Sunday. Not knowing what to do, I needed time alone. I rented a motel room for Friday night. I didn’t watch TV, or go to sleep early. Instead, I read the … Continue reading

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Please watch for Gordon’s blog next week.

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Why am I a Friend of Job? II

I’m a friend of Job because his story helps prepare us for the next tragedy just around the corner e.g., Texas tornadoes this week. But I’m also a Friend of Job because he voices our most bitter protest against life’s … Continue reading

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Why am I a Friend of Job?

I am a friend of Job. I love the book about him because, from beginning to end,  it deals with life in terms we live with all the time–reality. For example, here are examples from yesterday’s major news stories. Yesterday … Continue reading

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Job and the Boston Bombing

News outlets continue to pour out details of the Boston Marathon bombing. With three dead, 264 injured, including 25 amputee victims, we strain for more information as to accomplices, plans, possible international connections, and especially motive. Why? Why? Why? we … Continue reading

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