Category Archives: Faithfulness

Faithfulness – Going Deeper with Job

One of the major theological questions of today is “if God is good and in control, then why do bad things continue to happen to good people?” This is called the “theodicy question” and in our limited understanding of fairness … Continue reading

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Faithfulness – Job who faced total loss

One of the major theological questions of today is “if God is good and in control, then why do bad things continue to happen to good people?”  This is called the “theodicy question” and in our limited understanding of fairness … Continue reading

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Faithfulness – Noah who faced a mighty task

The Genesis account of Noah is one of several Ancient Near Eastern stories about the flood. God selects a righteous man for an impossible mission that won’t happen for some time. How many of us could conceive of doing something … Continue reading

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