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Sermon Wrap-up for January 12

Good Morning. Here are the sermons from January 12. Let me know if you think of a better way to organize these posts!

Morning Sermon: Job, Suffering, and the Lord’s Supper: Job 19:23-29

Morning Audio Link to listen (opens in a new window)

Morning Outline:

I. The Perfection of God

II. The Suffering of Job

III. The Suffering of Jesus

IV. The Communion

Video:

Evening Sermon: Wrapping Up Job and Introducing Abraham: Job and Genesis

Evening Audio click to listen (opens in new window)

Evening Outline:

We walk in obedience while we wait.

Job's End, Abraham's Beginning, and Timing His Promises

Job 38--God answers

Job 42--God restores

Genesis 15--God promises

Genesis 21--God delivers

Genesis 22--God requires

 

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