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Job 19:25

I’m reading the Bible chronologically.  I’m following a reading plan found here www.bibleplan.org/ch/niv  Did you know that Job lived before Abraham? 

This morning I sat down with my cup of coffee and my Bible to listen to Job whine a bit.  As if he didn’t have much to whine about it.  His entire family was killed, he lost everything, and then he was stricken with sores and illness.  And while he was down, his so-called friends came and kicked him.

But during all of his suffering, he remains committed to God.  And as he suffered through this time and longed for death, he claims in chapter 19, verse 25, “I know my redeemer lives.” 

This song blessed me to tears today.  May it bless you too.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9p4G2GbPYQA

 I know my redeemer lives. 

 I spoke with Him this morning.

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