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Exploring further the connection between human sin and suffering in the light of the Cross.... Keep Reading

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Devotions on the Book of Job (Monday Week 1)

May 2, 2016 | by: Ben O'Donoghue | 4 Comments

An initial look at the ultimate sovereign control of God as we approach the book of Job... Keep Reading

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Devotions on the Book of Job (Friday, Week 1)

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

What do we learn about the man Job from the opening verses?... Keep Reading

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Devotions on the Book of Job (Monday, Week 2)

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

Who is "haś•śāṭān", or "the satan" in the book of Job, and what is his role?... Keep Reading

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In our last devotion, we considered the place "the satan" in Job 1-2 in functional terms. My reasoning for doing this was to guard against taking our own existing ideas about who the satan is and reading this back into the text. There are two extremes we need to avoid (which is the case in many areas of Christian thought!). We don't want to ... Keep Reading

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Devotions on the Book of Job (Friday, Week 2)

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

What are Christians to make of Satan and his strategies?... Keep Reading

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Devotions on the Book of Job (Tuesday, Week 3)

May 2, 2016 | by: Ben O'Donoghue | 3 Comments

Meeting Job's three friends...... Keep Reading

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Devotions on the Book of Job (Thursday, Week 3)

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

Thoughts on Biblical comfort... Keep Reading

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

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

In yesterday's message, we looked at the worldview of Job's friends. It sounds so right when we work through it: God is absolutely in control. God is absolutely just and fair. Therefore God always punishes wickedness and blesses righteousness. Therefore, if I suffer I must have sinned and am being punished justly for my sin, and if I a... Keep Reading

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Week of Prayer: Day Five

March 4, 2016 | by: Ben O'Donoghue | 0 Comments

As we come to the end of our week of prayer, we are encouraged as God's children to be remaining in prayer- to keep asking of our Heavenly Father and to delight in doing so.... Keep Reading

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