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Understanding Job & Preparing for Affliction

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Date September 1, 2015

Conflict and Triumph was first published in 1874. With a pastor’s heart, the author, William Henry Green, opens up the meaning of the Book of Job. He explains the structure of the book, the role played by each of the participants, the significance of their speeches and the bearing of each part on the overall theme. His deep pastoral concern is to help the ‘afflicted child of God’ to draw ‘the waters of consolation from this inspired and copious source’.

Watch pastor Decherd Stevens below share how Conflict and Triumph gave him a greater understanding of the Book of Job, and prepared him for his battle with cancer.
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