God with Us in Suffering

I love Job, except for the last part where the book tries to give Job a happily ever after ending. I’m not opposed to Job having good in his life. But grief and suffering don’t disappear from our lives or memories because good things happened.

The lessons for the day can be found here. I worked most closely with Job 42.1-6 10-17

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An Anglican/Episcopal priest, bibliophile, dog owner, and Montanan

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