Welcome and introduction
Having begun as an endeavor to read through the Bible in a year, our lives have been enriched with taking turns to blog as we go! Sisters take turns adding to our Blogging Through the Bible project, and you catch some of it here at Grandma Mary Martha, a bit of it at Telling Hearts, and more of it, at:
Words From the Wheel, by Stacey Lynn Wells
No Longer Lukewarm, by Angela G.
Purposeful Motherhood, by Tatiana
We are always looking for other sisters to join us in this rewarding and challenging task...Let us know if you might like to join the ranks.
Chapter 35 and 36, My Side Comments
Chapter 35 and 36 of Job are more of the same as recent chapters, and let me just say here that I so appreciate my sisters who blog through this with me because my journey is enriched! Stacey often brings information and details that I would not have thought of or had the resources for, plus she validates my inklings that I am insecure about. Angela is always so organized and logical and her use of contemporary language really helps the ideas to settle in my heart. I encourage you to visit and see if you do not agree. Tatiana has just recovered from illness and hasn't been with us for a while and, "Boy do we miss her!"
I am really quite shocked at the book of Job. Much is it is Job's presumed friends, seeming to whip him or tongue lash him when he is down, and if you read from the beginning of the book, this is UNFAIR.
Job is a good man. His misfortune is not because of SIN, and his "friends" are being presumptuous and are missing the mark but are too foolish to know. YIKES! How many times have we done this?
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