Jan 132015

Things to consider when reading the bible;

  • Is there a command to obey?
  • Is there an example to follow?
  • Is there a promise to claim?
  • Is there a sin to avoid?
  • Is there a principle to follow?


Job 38

Job 39

Thoughts to consider

  • First thing is, this isn’t a still small voice, this is a voice from out of the whirlwind. God has heard a bunch of blokes spouting nonsense for 37 chapters and now it’s time for Him to speak. I don’t know about you but if God said to me “dress for action like a man” I’d be quaking in me boots!
  • Just an aside, but I love the fact that God does sarcasm
  • Job has been desperate for an answer all this time but all he gets is more questions. Do you ever feel that you will never get a direct answer from God? Maybe you never will, you will have to live with it I’m afraid. It’s time to stop struggling and let God be God. He will answer you if it suits Him, if not you’re going to have to keep trusting.
  • What common theme do all of God’s questions have?
  • Why does God emphasize that Job was not around when he created the world (vv. 4-7)?
  • What effect will all these questions have on Job’s view of himself and of God? What effect do they have on you?
  • Chapter 39 gives an amazing insight into God’s care and provision for creation. He orders it all intricately. He knows every tiny detail. How does this make you feel when it comes to your own life?

  One Response to “Jan 14”

  1. Wow! What an amazing God we serve. I can’t say I’ve found it easy reading through Job, but now I’ve got to the end it has made it all seem worthwhile. I love the fact that God shows how much he cares about Job by displaying His own power and detailing his care for creation and yet at the same time showing Job how much is hidden from him. I must be honest, I couldn’t help myself and I read right to the end of the book. What God does next is mind blowing!!! If he does this for Job, how much more will he lavish upon us when we spend an eternity with Him in heaven.

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