Hearing God in the Darkness

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I continued our series on the book of Job, “Finding God in the Darkness,” this past weekend at Eastbrook. This was the fifth message in this six-part series that takes us through the traditional season of Lent with an accompanying daily devotional.

You can watch the message here, following along with the outline below. You can also follow the entire series at our web-site, through the Eastbrook app, or through our audio podcast.

 

Job’s longing to meet with God (Job 9:33-35; 31:35)

 

When God speaks what we don’t want to hear (Job 38:1-40:2; 40:6-41:34)

Intro: God asking questions from the storm (38:1-3; 40:6-7)

Round 1: God’s power to form, sustain, and order the cosmos (38:1-40:2)

Round 2: God’s power over the fiercest creatures (40:6-41:34)

 

Responding to God (Job 40:3-5; 42:1-6)

Turning away from incomplete notions of ourselves

Turning  away from incomplete notions of God

 

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