All posts in " Job "

The silence of God’s voice

By Dave Henning / May 14, 2022

“The silence of God’s voice will make you wonder if He is even there.  And the absence of God’s presence will make you wonder if He even cares.  He is.  And He does.”- Chuck Swindoll “My God, my God, why have you abandoned me?  Why are you so far from me when I call for […]


Broken heart and raised hands – incompatible?

By Dave Henning / May 15, 2021

“A broken heart and raised hands are not mutually exclusive; instead they are a sweet offering to the Lord — perhaps the sweetest.  Job was honest with his pain.  He didn’t sugarcoat it, ignore it, or numb it.  Rather, he walked right through it.”- Sharon Jaynes Then Job answered the LORD, “I am unworthy — […]


Horizontal thinking – a perspective to resist

By Dave Henning / December 17, 2019

“But we must resist . . . horizontal thinking — a perspective that focuses on the here and now and leaves God out of the equation.  It helps no one.”- Charles Swindoll In Chapter 2 (“What If . . . You Suddenly Lose Everything?”) of What If . . . God Has Other Plans?, Charles […]


Pain gets our full attention

By Dave Henning / March 5, 2018

“Nothing gets our full attention like pain.  It breaks down false idols and purifies false motives.  It reveals where we need to heal, where we need to grow.  It refocuses our priorities like nothing else.  And pain is part and parcel of God’s sanctification process in our lives.”- Mark Batterson “I would still have this […]

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