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Job 18:1-19:29

Job continues to lament his plight, even thinking that God is his enemy. But what he doesn\'t yet know is that God is totally on His side, as He is on ours through Jesus Christ.

Job 1:1-20:1

Learn some serious life lessons about how a man beaten down can still look up with hope.

Job 20:1-21:34

Job expresses confusion about the person of God in light of his calamities.

Matthew 27:32-54

The crucifixion of Jesus was among the darkest days ever on planet earth - spiritually as well as physically. What were the four miracles that occurred as Jesus gave up His life and how do they answer life\'s most crucial question?

Job 22:1-24:25

Job decides that his best shot is to come before God to hear His voice.

Matthew 27:55-28:20

The enemies of Jesus did their best to contain the possibility of His resurrection. Even today many try to contain the gospel, yet it is impossible as no power on earth can stop Him.

Job 25:1-28:28

These chapters of Job provide some great Scriptural evidence of the creation by showing an accurate view of the planet and its systems.

1Corinthians 1:1-9

Often times we think of our society today as so different from Bible times. But it may surprise you that the things facing the Corinthians are much the same as today, and so is God\'s grace!

Job 29:1-31:40

Job finishes his defense.

1Corinthians 1:10-17

You might never think of yourself as worshiping your pastor. But that\'s just what has happening in Corinth and it happens in churches all over the world to this day. What are the dangers, how to spot it, and how to avoid it are the subject of part two in Lessons in How Not To Be A Christian.

Job 32:1-34:37

Elihu thinks he has it all together when he confronts Job. He says that God repays a person for his deeds and that\'s why Job suffers. He\'s got it all wrong!

1Corinthians 1:18-31

In today\'s politically correct world it seems more and more Christians are swallowing some pretty bad stuff in order to \'get along.\' The culture pushes back to get us to conform to the values of our culture. Paul comes against that and says you should think twice and give room for God\'s wisdom.

Job 35:1-37:24

Elihu is the last to speak before the powerful words of a rebuking God answer all the human wisdom passed off as truth arrives.

1Corinthians 2:1-16

The mind is one of the most amazing and most dangerous things we possess. It is incredibly creative, self-justifying and horribly deceiving and sick. So Paul tells us when it comes understanding God, using our minds only will never get us there.

2Peter 1:16-21

There are some important keys we can use to understand the Bible--how to read it, and how to study it. Why do we teach verse by verse? Why do we teach the entire Bible?

1Corinthians 3:1-4

One of the most dangerous places to find yourself as a Christian is thinking you are more mature than you really are. This was one of the main reasons the Corinthian church had so many problems and may be a reason you are not moving forward in your walk. Learn how to spot babyness in you and how to grow up!

Psalm 119:1-50

Why is the Bible so wonderful, and what is it good for in our lives? We also talk about how to put together teachings, what are the most important factors.

1Corinthians 3:5-17

One of the greatest blessings is when God works through you. One of the greatest dangers is when God works through you. Learn how to avoid the penetrating gaze of the Lord and simply rejoice in His work through you.

Job 38:1-41

After all the hot air spoken by men, God finally enters into the debate and brings His knowledge!

1Corinthians 3:18-4:5

Is there such a thing as the celebrity pastor? Is that a good or bad thing? How should I look at a church to make sure I will be fed as a believer?


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