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Devotions on the Book of Job (Thursday, Week 8)

June 2, 2016 | by: Ben O'Donoghue | 1 Comments

Read through Job 16 Job feels “worn out” and “devastated” by God (Job 16:7), “assailed” and “torn” by God (Job 16:9), “shattered” and “crushed” by God (Job 16:12). And yet Job knows that- somehow- God is his only hope: "O earth, do not cover my blood;may my cry neve... Keep Reading

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Devotions on the Book of Job (Tuesday, Week 8)

May 31, 2016 | by: Ben O'Donoghue | 0 Comments

As we have been listening to Job, we have been looking for marks of genuine faith. One of the most encouraging signs would have to be Job’s perseverance. While it seems like he comes perilously close to throwing in the towel, Job does not let up. Deep down his faith holds on in hope that God will turn his face back towards Job and list... Keep Reading

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Devotions on the Book of Job (Thursday, Week 7)

May 26, 2016 | by: Ben O'Donoghue | 2 Comments

As we listen to Job’s words in speech after speech, I wonder if you begin to question his integrity. The raw manner with which he challenges not just his friends, but the Lord God Almighty, seems very presumptuous. It is little wonder that his comforters lose patience with him. Listen to Zophar in Job 11:2-5: “Are all these word... Keep Reading

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Devotions on the Book of Job (Tuesday, Week 7)

May 24, 2016 | by: Ben O'Donoghue | 3 Comments

This Sunday we will have a message summarising Job's speeches. In preparation for working through what Job has to say, it is necessary for us to consider what and why we as the readers of the book know more than Job and his friends.  We have had Christopher Ash's excellent commentary as our regular guide as we have been working through... Keep Reading

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Devotions on the Book of Job (Thursday, Week 6)

May 19, 2016 | by: Ben O'Donoghue | 1 Comments

It is not easy to get a handle on Job’s thoughts when you read his speeches. Like most who are experiencing significant trauma, he is confused and inconsistent. Job is trying to make sense of ‘God, life and the universe and everything’- which is not easy to do when you are in the midst of suffering. He is doing his theology... Keep Reading

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Devotions on the Book of Job (Tuesday, Week 6)

May 17, 2016 | by: Ben O'Donoghue | 0 Comments

What is the ultimate reason for Job’s misery? What causes him the most distress? We must not dismiss his considerable grief at the loss of his children, the stress of financial ruin and the agony of his physical suffering, yet there is something deeper still. Something more fundamental. When we come to Job’s words in chapter 9, ... Keep Reading

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Mother's Day Service

May 12, 2016 | by: Ben O'Donoghue | 0 Comments

A photo gallery from our Mother's Day service.... Keep Reading

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Devotions on the Book of Job (Thursday, Week 5)

May 12, 2016 | by: Ben O'Donoghue | 0 Comments

In our last devotion, I suggested that Job speaks with the heart of a believer. He is certainly struggling, and he says a great deal of confused words, yet these come from a desire to make sense of his circumstances before a God whom he knows is his only hope, yet seems to be against him at the same time. Read Job 6:1-10 When we read Job&r... Keep Reading

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Devotions on the Book of Job (Tuesday, Week 5)

May 10, 2016 | by: Ben O'Donoghue | 2 Comments

One of the big questions when we look at Job is this: can a man be wrong and right at the same time? ... Keep Reading

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Devotions on the Book of Job (Friday, Week 4)

May 6, 2016 | by: Ben O'Donoghue | 2 Comments

Job's friends have no place for a dynamic relationship with the Lord. But is it okay to complain to God?... Keep Reading

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