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Did Job Repent?

Did Job Repent?

No. Job did not repent. In an effort to make this blog a bit of a longer read, I am going to state why I do not believe that Job repented of sin, even though your translation (nearly all translations, in fact) make it seem as though he did. Let’s start with the...

Jealous Husbands and the Will of God

What’s a guy to do anyway? Let’s say that a husband suspects his wife has cheated on him. Please understand, he possibly has zero evidence to support this feeling he has. No witnesses have spotted his wife with another man. He didn’t walk in on them,...
The Lies We Love to Hear

The Lies We Love to Hear

I am going to rant just a little about lies and how we love to hear them. Normally my posts are dedicated to exploring a biblical character or a strange story from our Scripture. But not today. Today I want to talk about the lies we love to hear. I have become...
When the God Who Never Changes, Changed

When the God Who Never Changes, Changed

This blog entry is part of a series I am doing on King Saul. To see the other posts and have your minds completely blown, just click here, here, here or here. Now, let’s think about when the God who never changes, changed. In my last entry (the last...
The Second Fall of King Saul

The Second Fall of King Saul

Okay. You are going to make me do it, so I might as well do it here. This is part four of this series on King Saul. For the first three incredible parts, click here, here and here. Now, on with the show. In my last entry, we focused in on the first account of the fall...
The Second Fall of King Saul

The Fall of King Saul

I have noted in previous posts (see here and here) that Saul wasn’t always the monster we have come to know him as. At least early on, he was humble and unassuming. He was a man who, despite loosing his way (and probably his mind), continued to pursue the will...