• Job Media Resource by

    Job 1:1-17

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  • Job Media Resource by

    Job 1:1-17

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  • Job, Satan, & God Media Resource by

    Job 1

    The book of Job begins by introducing us to its three most significant characters: Job, Satan, and God. In this lesson, Dr. Thomas explores the difficulty of Job’s suffering, Satan’s involvement, and God’s sovereignty. View Resource

  • Sin, Satan, and Suffering Media Resource by

    Job 1

    All human beings will experience suffering of one kind or another in their life. And almost all human beings will at some point wonder why. In this lecture, Dr. Derek Thomas looks at the root cause of all suffering in sin and the Fall. Particular attention will be given to what the book of Job teaches us about the suffering of the saints. View Resource

  • The Meaning of Providence Media Resource by

    Job 1:1-2:10

    Whenever there is large scale disaster, inevitably there are religious leaders trying to provide comfort to people by assuring them that God was not involved in the disaster. But it is imperative that we rightly understand who God really is, how He relates to the world He created, and how He relates to His people. To understand God’s providence we must understand God’s sovereignty. From there we can see hope from amid our suffering. In this message, Dr. Derek Thomas expounds on this as he explores the workings and mysteries of the providence of God in the book of Job. View Resource

  • God’s Providence to Job Media Resource by

    Job 1:12-21

    So…were you there or not? This may seem like a silly question, but remember, this was one of the first of many questions God had for his servant Job who struggled with God’s providence. As we ourselves seek to understand God’s providence, there is so much to consider. But there are two foundational things that we must understand before we can make sense of it all. Job had to learn these two things in the midst of severe suffering. From Job’s perspective, all was against him, or so he thought. View Resource