'MY REDEEMER LIVETH' a new look at repentance and healing

Long Ago, far away, a good man's life became a living nightmare. Enemies stole his livestock. A tornado crushed his house, killing his children. Disease ravaged him from head to foot. To add insult to injury, acquaintances mocked him and friends insisted that he must be a sinner to deserve such torture.

While today's headlines may sound equally bad, it's hard to imagine that any one person's misery could top Job's. No doubt the author of this ancient Bible allegory intended it that way. One conclusion to draw from it is that no suffering—whatever has brought it on or however damaging it appears to have been—is beyond God's redeeming power.

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