Book of Job, Chapter 19.25 ... I know that my Redeemer lives,and he will stand upon the earth at last.26 And after my body has decayed, yet in my body I will see God!27 I will see him for myself. Yes, I will see him with my own eyes. And I am overwhelmed at the thought!The … Continue reading Job on the Redeemer
The biggest challenge facing a person is keeping the belief firmly in place that what she is attempting matters enough to be done. A person's main challenge is therefore existential ie. we question whether what we are doing has any purpose. Given how many novels or paintings there are in the world already, plus how … Continue reading The Bible vs Existentialism
Job xiii. verses 1-2“Man, born of woman, lives but a few days, 2 and they are nothing but trouble. 2 He grows up like a flower in a beautiful meadow, and then just as suddenly, withers away; "On a bad day, it does feel like that, on a good one, it's just like heaven.
Image via WikipediaAs the Father hath loved Me, so have I loved you.—John 15:9The full verse goes....9 for even as the father has loved me, i also have loved you. remain in my love 10 and if you keep my commandments, given to me by my father, you then will remain in my love; even … Continue reading Christ’s Love
Job alludes to the slave (in the Hebrew slave is the word--eved) and discriminates between him, and the hireling—(saickeer.) Job vii.-2. This is really the only time the Isaelites are mentioned as having "slaves" themselves. Previously this custom was a wild notion, slaves having slaves? But it shows up here, which is considered chronologically, thought … Continue reading Slavery vs Worker in Job.