The Book of Job

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  • 2020
  • 1 Season

Why does God permit suffering? It's a question all of us have asked, and the life of Job points us toward the answer. In this series, respected teacher Derek Thomas walks us through the book of Job and considers what the Bible says about our darkest moments and how we can learn to trust God in every trial.

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The Patience of Job
12. The Patience of Job
November 30, 2020
Job displayed great patience in the face of pain and suffering. What can we learn from his example? In the twelfth part of this series, Derek Thomas considers Job's steadfast faith, reminding us that God is always in control.
Repentance & Restoration
11. Repentance & Restoration
November 30, 2020
When we suffer or grieve, we can turn to the book of Job for perspective. In the eleventh part of this series, Derek Thomas discusses the significance of Job's deeper relationship with God, the reconciliation with his friends, and the enjoyment of his renewed life.
Behemoth & Leviathan
10. Behemoth & Leviathan
November 30, 2020
God challenges Job a second time by directing his thought to consider Behemoth and Leviathan. In the tenth part of this series, Derek Thomas seeks to help us identify Behemoth and Leviathan and understand why they are relevant to Job's suffering.
Out of the Whirlwind
9. Out of the Whirlwind
November 30, 2020
Finally, God speaks, answering Job out of the whirlwind with a lengthy sequence of questions that reveal to Job the true nature of his complaint. In the ninth part of this series, Derek Thomas explains what these questions reveal about God and man.
The Sovereignty of God
8. The Sovereignty of God
November 30, 2020
There is comfort in knowing that God is sovereign-even over our pain. In the eighth part of this series, Derek Thomas looks at Elihu's contribution to the book of Job and what it teaches about the sovereignty of God.
The Wisdom of God
7. The Wisdom of God
November 30, 2020
The perplexing reality of pain and suffering makes us ask the question, "Where can wisdom be found?" In the seventh part of this series, Derek Thomas recounts Job's asking this question and his answer, "in the Lord."
My Redeemer Lives
6. My Redeemer Lives
November 30, 2020
"For I know that my Redeemer lives" are perhaps the most well-known, hope-filled words in all the book of Job. In the sixth part of this series, Derek Thomas gives us a glimpse into Job's trust in the justice of God amid his darkest hour.
Contending with God
5. Contending with God
November 30, 2020
When God's people walk through trials, it can seem as though the Lord Himself has turned against us. In the fifth part of this series, Derek Thomas reflects on Job's longing for someone to plead his case before the Lord.
Miserable Comforters
4. Miserable Comforters
November 30, 2020
What do we say to our loved ones and friends when they experience unspeakable suffering? In the fourth part of this series, Derek Thomas recommends that our response should be more balanced than the words which Eliphaz delivered to Job.
Dark Night of the Soul
3. Dark Night of the Soul
November 30, 2020
The third chapter of the book of Job is one of the darkest chapters in the Bible. In the midst of his suffering, Job begins to curse the day he was born. In the third part of this series, Derek Thomas contemplates this passage, teaching that there is hope for those who find themselves on the edge of despair.
Pain & Suffering
2. Pain & Suffering
November 30, 2020
In life's darkest hours, our broken hearts may be tempted to curse God and die. But we must remember that the Lord is working for our good even when He permits Satan to do his worst. In the second part of this series, Derek Thomas looks to the second chapter of the book of Job as he engages questions of pain and suffering.
Job, Satan, & God
1. Job, Satan, & God
November 30, 2020
The book of Job begins by introducing us to its three most significant characters: Job, Satan, and God. In the first part of this series, Derek Thomas explores the difficulty of Job's suffering, Satan's involvement, and God's sovereignty in all things.
Description

Why does God permit suffering? It's a question all of us have asked, and the life of Job points us toward the answer. In this series, respected teacher Derek Thomas walks us through the book of Job and considers what the Bible says about our darkest moments and how we can learn to trust God in every trial.

The Book of Job is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (12 episodes). The series first aired on November 30, 2020.

Where to Watch The Book of Job

The Book of Job is available for streaming on the Ligonier Ministries website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch The Book of Job on demand at Amazon Prime.

  • Premiere Date
    November 30, 2020