Job: From Tragedy To Triumph – God Speaks Out of the Storm

Interestingly, in God’s response to Job, He does not once refer to Job’s suffering, nor to the role Satan played, but for four chapters speaks of Himself. It is the closest autobiography we are given of God in Scripture, and is remarkable for both what God says and what He does not say. This week, Charles Price explains the connotations of God’s response, which gives Job an entirely new perspective. Throughout his ordeal, Job had heard nothing from God until He speaks out of the storm, and from this, we learn important aspects about the silence of God in our darkest times.

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