The Color of the Night: Reflections on Suffering and the Book of Job

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Augsburg Books - 112 páginas
This new release of Gerhard E. Frost's classic The Color of the Night includes 86 short reflections inspired by the biblical Job.

Each reflection begins with a quotation from Job and wrestles with the difficult issues that we face during times of crisis, such as trust in God, the meaning of life, and fairness in the world.

With newly added questions for reflection and discussion, this thoughtful book is ideal for individual and group study in Lent (or any season) or for personal devotion.

 

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I am not inferior to you
46
Your own mouth condemns you
48
Miserable comforters
49
God has hated me
51
Have pity
52
My Redeemer lives
53
Why do the wicked grow mighty?
55
God pays no attention
56

But God is still God
20
Naked
21
Skin and skin
22
Alone among the ashes
23
Curse God and die
24
Let the day perish
25
Why?
26
Why such mystery?
27
Who can keep from speaking?
28
Lost among the many
29
As I have seen
31
Get right with God
33
The arrows of the Almighty
34
From a friend
35
When it is hot
36
My world is crumbling
37
What is man?
38
You spy
39
If you will seek God
41
Consider the fathers
42
No umpire between us
43
I loathe my life
44
Oh that God would speak
45
Failure to embrace
57
Failure to dare
59
Failure to bend
61
But where shall wisdom be found?
62
When God was with me
63
Like a prince
64
Let thorns grow
65
Then Elihu became angry
66
God opens the ears of men
67
Then
68
The fact
69
The grace moment
70
The God who listens
71
Who is this?
72
Words without knowledge
73
Where were you?
74
The morning
75
Declare if you know
76
Surely you know
77
Gods storehouses
78
Where no man is
79
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