Selections from Job 27–28
Living in the crucible forced Job to focus on things that really mattered. In chapter 27 of Job, his vertical perspective quickly emerged. He referred to the name of his God no less than 11 times. The single most important One to Job was God, the Almighty. In these two chapters, Job gave us five priorities worth remembering. And he taught us this valuable lesson: suffering helps us clarify our priorities and focus on the right objectives.
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Job: A Man of Heroic Endurance.
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