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Tullian Tchividjian


Job: Center Stage

How we respond to our suffering says vital things about our relationship to God.

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I. We are all like Job

II. Suffering exposes who you really are

III. God expects a real response to real pain

IV. Grief is an act of worship

V. Understanding God's grace

Conclusion: Suffering brings freedom

Click here to view the entire 5-part sermon series "The Gospel of Suffering" by Tullian Tchividjian

Tullian Tchividjian is pastor of Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

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Russ Taylor

May 14, 2012  2:06pm

I had a Job 'like' experience but I failed miserably in my response. I was very angry with God for years and I seemed to be 'hemmed in' on every side. Everything was stripped away and all that was left, was in my heart I still loved Jesus. My healing came when God told me he had allowed it and reading Job 9. It has taken many years to fully recover and reading your sermon has helped me understand some other aspects of what I went through. Thank you for tackling a difficult subject and bringing the whole truth of our walk, something the 'Church' needs to hear.

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