The Color of the Night: Reflections on Suffering and the Book of Job
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This new release of Gerhard E. Frost's classic The Color of the Night includes eighty-six short reflections inspired by the biblical Job. Each reflection begins with a quotation from Job and wrestles with the difficult issues that we face during times of crisis such as trust in God, the meaning of life, and unfairness in the world.

With newly added questions for study and discussion, this thoughtful book is ideal for personal devotion and group study, especially during Lent.

The late Dr. Gerhard E. Frost was a well-known author, speaker, Bible teacher, and seminary professor.

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Format: Paperback
Vendor: Augsburg Fortress
Publication Date: 1998
ISBN: 0806636327
ISBN-13: 9780806636320

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This new release of Gerhard E. Frost's classic The Color of the Night includes 86 short reflections inspired by the biblical Job.

Each reflection begins with a quotation from Job and wrestles with the difficult issues that we face during times of crisis, such as trust in God, the meaning of life, and fairness in the world.

With newly added questions for reflection and discussion, this thoughtful book is ideal for individual and group study in Lent (or any season) or for personal devotion.

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