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The Journey Bible Project guides you on a path through the Bible in order to take next steps with Jesus.


 
Job 42: Does the story of Job have a happy ending?

In today’s Journey Bible Project blog, Greg Taylor reminds us that the story of Job is not about suffering but about how Job responds to suffering. And what do you think of the ending? Is it happy, sad, and what does it leave you thinking?

Job 38-41: Almighty God appears to Job in a Whirlwind

In today’s Journey Bible Project, Greg Taylor has a new angle on the meaning of Leviathan and Behemoth at this most dramatic climax of the story of Job, chapters 38-41, the appearance of God to Job.

Job 32-37: Does suffering refine us?

In today’s Journey Bible Project, Greg Taylor interacts with the advice of Job’s fourth friend, Elihu.

Job 28-31: God, why won't you answer me?!!

In today’s Journey Bible Project, Greg Taylor points to the last gasp attempts of Job to get an answer from God about his innocence. Job wants his day in court. Will he get it?

Job 24-27: Will you have faith in your suffering?

In today’s Journey Bible Project, Greg Taylor quotes Rabbi Harold Kushner and biblical scholar Carol Newsom in discerning the scramble in the text of Job 24-27, and encourages silent prayer today.

Job 22-23: Does God notice my suffering?

In today’s Journey Bible Project, Greg Taylor asks from the story of Job, “Will you have faith in your suffering?” Greg also recommends ones of the best treatments on Job in our times, Rabbi Harold Kushner’s When Bad Things Happen to a Good Man.

Job 20-21: Why do evil people prosper?

In today’s Journey Bible Project, Greg Taylor asks with Job, “Why do evil people prosper?” and “What use is doing good in this world if the return is suffering?”

Job 15: Who is the blubber king?

In today’s Journey Bible Project, one of Job’s friends compares Job to a blubber king. What does Job’s friend mean by this?

Job 12-14: How can we minister through pain?

In today’s Job 12-14 Greg also recommends a 20-minute video resource from the Siburt Institute, an interview with Mike Cope by Randy Harris on the topic, “Preaching through pain.”

Job 11: Who is A Serious Man?

It’s now Zophar the Naamathite’s turn to roast Job. Find out what Zophar has to say in today’s Journey Bible Project blog by Preacher Greg.

Job 8-10: God, what do you charge me with?

Job addresses God now, asking what God is charging Job with that he would be punished so severely with his children’s lives and his health.

Job 6-7: Are you mad at the world?

In today’s Journey Bible Project blog we hear Job respond to Eliphaz’s advice, and it’s not pretty. Job is not comforted.

Job 4-5: Does Job need to repent?

Eliphaz is the first to try and console Job after all of Job’s children die and he is stricken with a terrible skin disease. Look in as Greg Taylor posts today’s Journey Bible Project blog about what Eliphaz has to say to Job.

Job 3: How should we comfort the suffering?

The Journey Bible Project comes to the moment Job’s friends see him and they are stunned beyond words, for seven days! Job 3 narrates that moment, and Greg Taylor shares great advice about comfort for the suffering from his friend John Mark Hicks.

Job 2: Should we accept only good from God and not bad?

Today The Journey Bible Projects moves to the moment Job’s friends see him for the first time. Greg Taylor discusses this stunning moment in today’s blog post.

Job 1: Naked came I from my mother's womb

Today The Journey Bible Projects begins with chapter one of the amazing story of a man from the land of Uz named Job. Each day Preacher Greg posts a devotional blog for each chapter of the book of Job.

Job 1: There was a man in the land of Uz named Job

Today The Journey Bible Projects launches into the amazing story of a man from the land of Uz named Job. If you’ve never read it, now you’ll have guidance from daily blogs by Preacher Greg on each chapter.

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