Job is an ancient book with a timeless message: When our lives are broken, God remains faithful to His children. This teaching series is a survey of the grace and peace afforded Job even when nothing in Job's life made sense. It is s a study of the utter sovereignty of God over each and every circumstance of life, from the most significant cosmic events down to the mundane "everyday" lives lived by all of us. Join Pastor Jason Boothe on this journey through the pages of the Book of Job. For more information concerning the church, visit www.horizonsbaptist.org.
October 29, 2018 at 12:00 PM
Job did not curse God as Satan thought he would. No! Much to the contrary, Job arose in the midst of his own pain and torment, ripped his own clothes, shaved his head, fell on the ground, and worshipped the God of Heaven and Earth. He knew God was completely sovereign over the affairs of men, both the good times as well as the dark times. It was the Lord, after all, “who gave.” And it was the Lord who “takes away.” And no matter the situation, Job cried out, “blessed be the name of the Lord.” As we come to better understand the Sovereignty of God, great peace and security are afforded to us. There is much we can learn from Job concerning worshipping God in the dark times.