God blessed Job late in life more than his beginning, according to Job 42:12-13. We discuss the indispensable usefulness of trials in this audio devotional.
This series of audio devotionals is focused on the topic of trials. We post new devotionals on alwaysabounding.audio every day.
My necessary food
More than "my necessary food," that's how much Job esteemed God's words. In this audio devotional from Job 23:12 we discuss His words and our own esteem.
Full of trouble
Our few days of life are full of trouble according to Job 14:1. This audio devotional explains Job's outlook on that trouble and how it can help us today.
Thou dost destroy me
Job is talking to God about his trials in Job 10:8, even telling him "thou dost destroy me." We take a closer look at his words in this audio devotional.
He is not a man
Job says he can't interact with God in the same way he interacts with men in Job 9:32-33. The topic and title of this audio devotional: "He is not a man."
Pure and upright
If you were pure and upright, Bildad tells Job in Job 8:6, God would restore you. But as this audio devotional explains, Bildad had no right to say this.
Neither had I rest
Job is facing many difficulties, and in Job 3:25-26, he says "neither had I rest." We discuss his difficulty and restlessness in this audio devotional.
Did not Job sin
In all this did not Job sin with his lips, we are amazed to read in Job 2:9-10. We discuss his adversities and his wife's advice in this audio devotional.
He holdeth fast
Satan has taken everything from Job in Job 2:3, but God says he holdeth fast his integrity. This audio devotional is about the results of good character.