In this episode, we’ll continue exploring the story of Job, why God allows us to experience pain, and what our responsibility is in the midst of these situations. We have to be honest about what we’re going through if we want to get through it and help others do the same.
In this episode, we’ll examine the reasons why God allows us to walk through valleys of despair in our walk with Him. From Job’s example, we can see that God wants to test and refine our heart of worship towards Him. Will we still declare that He is worthy, even in the midst of the most difficult seasons of our lives?
Join us for part 4 of the “If God is Good, Why Is There Evil in The World” series. Learn why we suffer and how it came about from our own sinful choices. Discover why God gave us free will, what He desires us to do with it, and how He uses our pain and suffering to mold us and glorify Himself.
In this episode, we’ll continue our What is God Doing? series, with the topic, “Seeing Through Suffering.” Job was able to see past his circumstances and still believe in a God who had his best interest at heart. We can do the same when we recognize that God’s plan for each and every one of us includes suffering in some...
In this episode, we’ll continue our What is God Doing? series by examining Job’s emotional honesty before God. God wants our grief, our sorrow, and our confusion—He doesn’t want us to pretend or hide it from Him. When Job finally speaks out after his tragedy, he is vulnerable and authentic before God, because he trusts...
In this podcast, Bishop Van Moody explores the story of Job, unpacking the guidance it has for us in the midst of a turbulent season of pain and crisis. The very suffering that tempts us to question God is the evidence that His heart is to promote us to different levels of faith!
“Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of mercies and God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our affliction, so that we may be able to comfort those who are in any affliction, with the comfort with which we ourselves are comforted by God.”—2 Corinthians 1:3-4