This morning I read Job 1:22 where it is said of Job after he had lost everything except his wife, his health, and three self-righteous friends: “In all this Job did not sin or charge God with wrong.” When things do not go like we desire, we are often tempted to think it justifies sin. We are also tempted to blame or charge God with being unfair, unjust, or uncaring. Losing our health can even be more of a challenge to our faith. May God give us a tenacious faith in our righteous and sovereign God!  

2 thoughts on “Charging God

  1. Crain Melba says:

    Thanks for this inspiring thought… mighty good advice to “seniors” who, moving into a new era, experience much that threatens their wellbeing (physical, mental, social, and daily activities. Keep up the great thinking and expressing!

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    1. aptimmons says:

      Thanks for your comments, Melba! Always the wise encourager!

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