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Be Patient (Job): Waiting on God in Difficult Times (The BE Series Commentary) New Edition
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Job's "comforters" attempted to label his circumstances (bad health, losing his kids and property, etc.) as a result of his sin. Those who read the Book of Job know otherwise - sometimes we suffer because of life in general and not because of our own sin. In the end, God vindicates Job and is critical of his "comforters".
Wiersbe summarizes the Book of Job for the reader and offers his explanations which seem to be biblically-based. The book is a good read and the narrrative flows smoothly. Contrary to an earlier reveiwer, I did not get the impression that Wiersbe was giving "pat" answers to Job's situation without any sympathy. Quite the contrary, Wiersbe has served in the ministry in various roles and I imagine he has sympathized with and supported people during their own personal trials.
Read, enjoy, and be encouraged! Recommended.
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We are currently using this in our Adult Sunday School study, it is well written and when used in conjuction with the bible, is very thought provoking. I for one am enjoying it.Published 4 months ago by Lil.Hansen
This is one of the best commentaries I have found on the book of Job. It is written with such clarity that I finally found it a joy to really dive in and study Job!Published 11 months ago by Anoldgoat
This is a great commentary. I used it in conjunction with the study guide, but it can be used by itself too. Each chapter ends with some questions to ponder.Published 14 months ago by Tina Tyler
Take time to read this book. It is worth it. Job's life was difficult and the conversation with his friends can sometimes be confusing but Warren Wiersde does a great job of... Read morePublished 14 months ago by The Pilot