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Dr. Jim Mann - 11/03/2019

Where Were You

Questions God Asks

God met Job where he was – angry, hurt, and depressed. David would later write: “You brought me out of the miry pit.” Job was in that pit. And that pit is a terrible place to do theology. Having minimal evidence is a terrible time to reach conclusions. So God reveals himself – the moral, righteous king – to Job by asking a question… “Where were you?” Are you in a place right now where you’re doubting God’s goodness? Are you doubting his power? Do you doubt that he cares? Chances are, you’ve got the wrong perspective on God. He cares more than you think.

Scripture References: Job 38:4

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We all have questions we’d like to ask God. We’re curious by nature. But did you know that God has questions, too? In fact, the Bible is full of questions God asks us. In Dr. Jim Mann’s sermon series “Questions God Asks,” we’ll dig into some of God’s more famous questions. In the process, we’ll learn some things about ourselves and the one who created us in his image.

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Dr. Jim Mann - 11/03/2019

Where Were You

Questions God Asks

God met Job where he was – angry, hurt, and depressed. David would later write: “You brought me out of the miry pit.” Job was in that pit. And that pit is a terrible place to do theology. Having minimal evidence is a terrible time to reach conclusions. So God reveals himself – the moral, righteous king – to Job by asking a question… “Where were you?” Are you in a place right now where you’re doubting God’s goodness? Are you doubting his power? Do you doubt that he cares? Chances are, you’ve got the wrong perspective on God. He cares more than you think.

Scripture References: Job 38:4

From Series: "Questions God Asks"

We all have questions we’d like to ask God. We’re curious by nature. But did you know that God has questions, too? In fact, the Bible is full of questions God asks us. In Dr. Jim Mann’s sermon series “Questions God Asks,” we’ll dig into some of God’s more famous questions. In the process, we’ll learn some things about ourselves and the one who created us in his image.

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