Pain, Perplexity and Promotion: A Prophetic Interpretation of the Book of Job

Pain, Perplexity and Promotion: A Prophetic Interpretation of the Book of Job

by Bob Sorge
     
 

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The essential theme of the book of Job is to reveal how God takes a man who is blameless and upright, with a passion for God, and promotes him to a higher spiritual plane. Those who persevere in the pain and perplexity of the Job crucible are being prepared for renewed intimacy with God, and will be raised up to equip the endtime bride of Christ.

Overview

The essential theme of the book of Job is to reveal how God takes a man who is blameless and upright, with a passion for God, and promotes him to a higher spiritual plane. Those who persevere in the pain and perplexity of the Job crucible are being prepared for renewed intimacy with God, and will be raised up to equip the endtime bride of Christ.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940015581911
Publisher:
Oasis House
Publication date:
07/01/1999
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
179
File size:
655 KB

Meet the Author

A teacher and author, Bob Sorge has been walking in the crucible of a sustained personal crisis for 20 years. Through the fire, God has burned into his soul a passionate message of God’s ways and how God walks us through the darkness to the highest heights of grace. Author of the widely acclaimed book, Exploring Worship, Bob has written several books that are the product of this intense personal trial, including In His Face: A prophetic call to renewed focus, The Fire of Delayed Answers, and Unrelenting Prayer. His best-selling book, Secrets of the Secret Place, is igniting believers around the world for an intimate relationship with Christ. Having served as a senior pastor for thirteen years, Bob is now traveling domestically and abroad to bring his message of hope to the body of Christ.

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