God reveals Himself in Leviathan & Job is moved to repentance

God offers the ultimate example of Job’s need for humility. He describes the only creature on earth God created with no fear and no rival.

Leviathan practically defies description in power, invulnerability and majesty – yet Leviathans are easily tamed by God.

God states this then asks Job, “Who then can stand against Me?”

Job repents by saying, “I have heard about You, but now I see You!”

God encourages mercy out of Job for his friends and then restores all he lost 2 times over!

Continue reading
Job Behemoth

Look at the Behemoth which I made along with you

God confronts the argument by which Job had contended with God in matters of justice. He hypothetically invites Job to take the throne, scepter and crown for a moment to see if he can rightly judge all humanity for a moment.

Then God goes back to focus on His creation of two extraordinary creatures, the first of which is the Behemoth who is the “first of the ways of God”.

Continue reading
Hunger Thirst

To Hunger and Thirst

Throughout scripture we are encouraged to hunger and thirst for God. Some of the miracles God did for Israel were intended to illustrate these points… the mana, the water from the rock…etc.

Jesus became the embodiment of these types and shadows. He was the TRUE “bread from heaven” as is recorded in John 6.

Today we investigate the connection between communion, dying with Christ, rising with Christ as well as hungering and thirsting for Him!

Continue reading