Job, When the Righteous Suffer (Part 2)
By John Piper. ©2014 Desiring God Foundation. Website: desiringGod.org
Job, When the Righteous Suffer (Part 1)
Verse 1 introduces us to the man Job and his character. He was "blameless and upright, one who feared God, and turned away from evil." If suffering is intended as a punishment for evil, Job is not a likely candidate. ...
You Must Suffer
We MUST suffer as Christians, it is a guarantee. When we do suffer willingly for Christ, it proclaims to the world that Jesus is more valuable than, health, success, and all other passing things in the world. Oh let us strive to make Christ our treasure! Indeed, all who desire to live a godly life in Christ Jesus will be persecuted - 2 Timothy 3:12
Bless those who Persecute You
You Cannot Blame God for What Happened to You
Diego grew up in the church and only by God's Grace was saved in Christ alone at a older age. He was molested by a Catholic Priest when he was younger. He could of easily blamed God and denied the Lord because of the sins of a human sinner.
Do the sudden trials that cause you to suffer make you bitter or better?
The Benefits of Suffering
The benefits of suffering are so great if we will only see the divine purposes of God that are lovingly shown to us in the midst these trials.
Blessed is the One Who is Not Offended by Me
Jesus says in Luke 7:23 - And blessed is the one who is not offended by me.
Follow Christ Even When Facing Great Tragedy
What did you bargain for when you decided to follow after Jesus Christ? Are you willing to stand with Christ even in the flames? Even in times of heart-wrenching tragedy and loss?
Suffering and the Eternal Weight of Glory
How are God's people able to endure all the problems and difficulties in this life? By thinking about and knowing the eternal weight of glory that soon awaits them.