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What can we learn from the example of Job and his various trials?

  • by Gary Petty

Why would God query you? Isn’t He all-knowing? What kind of answers would He...

  • by Darris McNeely

Sometimes we need to take a step back from our situations and our trials and...

  • by Steve Myers

What is behind our fascination with sharks? And are sharks in the Bible?...

  • by Robert H Berendt
An old Chinese proverb states "You cannot prevent the birds of sorrow from flying over your head, but you can prevent them from building nests in your hair."
  • by Joshua Travers
Ignorance has a terribly high price tag—but understanding and overcoming it can really pay off.
  • by Don Hooser
How can we encourage someone suffering with a major illness and/or chronic health problem? This article focuses on questions like "Why did this happen?" and why friends should not assume they have all the answers. The second part of this series will focus on the kinds of advice to give and not to give.
  • by Mark Weaver
Do you have too many problems staring you in the face? Too much to do and not enough time and energy to tackle what needs to be done? If so, you’re probably feeling overwhelmed. But there are ways out.
  • by Beyond Today Editor
God's first discourse continued: he rules and tends the animal world, first discourse concludes: will Job correct God, Job's first response to God: he has no answer
  • by Beyond Today Editor
Elihu's fourth speech: further defense of God and proclamation of the Creator's vast power and wisdom