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Harvest House Publishers Trusting God in Times of Adversity (Job)

Incredible suffering--sudden and unexpected. Well-meaning but not-so-helpful friends. Serious questions about righteousness, faith, and God. These words describe twenty-first-century life, but they also describe the life of Job. With this inductive Bible study, readers will be able to follow Job through his amazing journey from prosperity to pain--and back again. Kay Arthur's proven approach to understanding God's Word will help Bible students observe, interpret, and apply the message of Job to their own lives.
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Review 1 for Trusting God in Times of Adversity (Job)
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Date:February 12, 2010
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Cindy Sapp
We purchased this book to use for a women's Bible study. What we love about it is that it focuses on the Word. All study questions are answered directly from the Bible, so you aren't reading anyone's opinion but God's. You need to be ready to mark key words in your Bible (or you could print out a copy of the passage to mark). If you are interested in a guide to read God's Word, this will probably work well for you.
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Review 2 for Trusting God in Times of Adversity (Job)
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Date:September 7, 2009
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Rebecca
If you like marking up your Bible then this Bible study is for you. I used the Bible study for three days and I cringed every time I marked my Bible. I felt so uncomfortable with marking up my Bible I had to purchase a new Bible.
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Review 3 for Trusting God in Times of Adversity (Job)
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Date:July 6, 2009
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Pamela Van Camp
If this was just a simple study guide, that would be good, but unfortunately it requires you to buy a bunch of colored pencils and keep a notebook and mark up a Bible every day.If you need that kind of indepth study, that is great but it is not going to work for our once a week group that's on a budget.
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Review 4 for Trusting God in Times of Adversity (Job)
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Date:August 15, 2007
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Stacy Steiner
This is a great study for small groups, it really encourages meditating on scripture during the week in preparation for the group discussion. The only negative is that there isn't a video of any kind, some groups really enjoy having the video for group discussion. I would highly recommend this study!
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