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Unfathomable loss. Unmerited suffering. Why is this happening to me? For centuries people have tried to understand the reasons for suffering and grief. When we cannot connect our woes to wrongs we have done, we conclude that our suffering is undeserved and unfair.
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Like Job, we struggle to understand our pain. The universality of suffering makes the book of Job appealing, but the treatment of that theme often makes the book difficult to comprehend. Nonetheless, this section of Scripture offers powerful lessons for your life. Roy Zuck directs his commentary toward the layman. His clear, organized insights can reveal important truths for the struggling Christian.
The uncomplicated, outlined content is suitable for both individual and group study. You can learn from Job's suffering--as well as from your own.
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