Many have reflected on the story of Job. He was a man who, despite losing all his worldly possessions and his children, grappled deeply with his suffering. His friends offered misguided advice, and his wife, understandably pained by their collective losses, expressed her anguish. Contrary to popular belief, Job wasn’t always patient; he voiced his frustrations openly. Yet, in the passage we'll delve into this Sunday (Job 19:23-27a), we witness Job’s unwavering hope and trust even amidst his profound pain. Join us at 11AM Eastern this Sunday, either in-person or online, as we journey through this profound segment of Job's story.
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