Condemning God
Condemning God
Job 40:8
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Sunday Morning Service,  July 15, 2012
 

Throughout his severe trial, Job truthfully insists that he is righteous. But when he suggests that God is unjust for allowing a righteous person like himself to suffer, Job crosses the line. God appears in order to confront Job for this attack on his divine character. ”Will you condemn me that you may be in the right?” God demands. This profound challenge calls us to examine what we really think about God.

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