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Out of the Storm: Grappling with God in the Book of Job
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This book is not necessarily a study on suffering as it is a study on the Bible book of Job. Christopher Ash invites you to walk with Job through his trials and be with him when God answers his questions in a way that only God could. The Bible book of Job is not about a man going through trails and tribulations; it is about a God who is of mercy, justice, sovereignty and compassion. We do not read this book to find out more about Job and suffering, but to find out more about God who meets us in our weakest state.
Christopher Ash is Principal of the Cornhill Training Course in London, a teaching ministry of the Proclamation Trust.
Number of Pages: 112
Vendor: Regent College Publishing
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Ash explores the lonely and cruel nature of suffering and whether or not God can be found in the midst of it. He exposes the shortcomings of Job's friends, and takes the reader through Job's long debate with God towards a humbling--and hopeful--resolution. (Biblical Studies)
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