Job 18-21: I Know My Redeemer Lives


January 18th, 2021

4 mins 29 secs

Season 12

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About this Episode

This Bible study devotional covers Job 18-21. In this passage, Job’s friends are growing increasingly frustrated with Job. And Job intensifies his language against God and his cries for someone to represent him before God. Job wants someone to prove that it’s possible to be both innocent and still suffer.

As always, we are committed to showing you how Jesus fulfills these specific passages. In Job 18-21, we see that when our minds, our world, and our friends blame us for our innocent suffering, we need an advocate to remind us of our innocence. We need a redeemer to salvage our reputation, even if it’s just from a voice in our head. And that Redeemer is Jesus.

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