• The Message Media Resource by

    Job 38-39

    Job, one of the earliest books of the Bible, deals most specifically and directly with the subject of suffering. In this message, Elisabeth Elliot looks at how suffering can draw our attention to God, observing how Job helps us walk through life’s hardships. View Resource

  • Optional Session: The Book of Job Media Resource by

    Job 38-40

    We can identify with Job’s story because we have all experienced suffering. But the book of Job isn’t merely given as a means for identifying with Job; it is given to help us understand and respond rightly to suffering. This session considers what Job teaches us about how God uses trials and suffering to draw us closer to Himself. View Resource

  • Out of the Whirlwind Media Resource by

    Job 38-40

    Finally, God speaks, answering Job out of the whirlwind with a lengthy sequence of questions that reveal to Job the true nature of his complaint. In this lesson, Dr. Thomas explains what these questions reveal about God and man. View Resource

  • Providence and Evil Media Resource by

    Job 38-41

    All of us experience pain and suffering to some degree. And who of us does not want to understand why? Scripture tells us that Job was no exception. But after his continual supplications, Job received more than he bargained for when God finally broke His silence. So what did Job’s ignorance of the created order have to do with his question? In this message, Dr. Derek Thomas explains the overarching reason for all those unanswered questions about why we suffer in our lives. View Resource