The Misery of Job and the Mercy of God
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We have heard the story of Job. His riches destroyed, his family taken, and his own body afflicted. We can only imagine the depth of his loss and pain. Yet, as we ponder Job’s misery, do we see the threads of God’s mercy in it? We will all face suffering at some point in our lives. It is inescapable. But what makes calamity endurable is not that God shares our shock, but that through every flame of pain and flood of fear, his sovereign goodness sustains us.
John Piper’s interpretive poem together with photographer Ric Ergenbright’s stunning visuals remind you of the unshakable fact that God governs all things for his good purposes. Let your eyes see all of life – and God himself – in new, powerful ways. And let your spirit rest, knowing that the Lord is not only sovereign, but sweet.
|Dimensions||216 × 165 × 13 mm|
Piper, John, (Author), Ergenbright, Ric, (Photographer)
Crossway Books (2002), 80 pages