VIDEO SERIES | Designed for Bible Study Groups
In each 35-40 minute VIDEO teaching, Daphne ministers on the truths found in her book, Facing God: Unlocking the Truth of His Love & Mercy in the Life of Job. Accompanying workbook available for individual or group study.
- Session One (Chapter 1): UnPacking the Can of Worms
- Session Two (Chapters 2-3): Out of the Abundance of the Heart
- Session Three (Chapters 4-5): Issues of the Heart
Let’s be honest, Job’s attitude up until now hasn’t been very humble — as we will continue to see. And some might argue, “Well, isn’t it because he’s mad at what happened to him?” No doubt... but is that an excuse? (Is bad food/service at a restaurant excuse for rudeness?) Remember God’s Word: "Before destruction the heart of man is haughty, and before honor is humility" (Proverbs 18:12).
- Session Four (Chapters 6-7): Double-Minded
When people don’t understand God’s ways, a common response is “He’s God; He can do what He wants.” True — but be clear, God won’t lie and He won’t contradict Himself (even if you think He does because you lack knowledge or understanding, not understanding His thoughts or ways). God’s Word is His will. It is our guide in life, and therefore very necessary -- the only way to know His thoughts and ways.
- Session Five (Chapters 8-9): Time For Truth
For centuries, people have come up with all kinds of reasons that sound good in theory as to why Job experienced so much loss. But theories that contradict the rest of God’s Word, and more specifically, His character, are false. And it's important to note in this part of our story, how God didn’t show up until Truth was finally spoken.
- Session Six (Chapters 10-11): The Intended End
God is light, and in His presence all things are revealed. And in the magnificent light of God’s presence, Job is humbled and can now see the dark areas of self-righteousness that unintentionally crept into his heart. "You have heard of the perseverance of Job and seen the end intended by the Lord—that the Lord is very compassionate and merciful."