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Bible Lesson – Job’s Story

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    Kerry
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    Thank you Lesson writers for the most inspiring weekly lessons. I look forward to reading them each week for new inspiration and wisdom to put into practice. Two weeks ago we had a story of the “man of God” and” the old Prophet” from 1 Kings 13. I read and reread the entire chapter and its lessons are being used to help uncover deception, when it appears in its many disguises to myself and others. This week we have the story of Job, which highlights the entire book, not just a small section of the book. I am grateful that our weekly Bible Lessons at Plainfield are formatted with all of the citations from the Bible, followed by citations in Science and Health. This format has allowed for the telling of Job’s story, followed by Mrs. Eddy’s citations from Science and Health, creating the perfect teaching, which demonstrates that God IS the Preserver of Man. The whole lesson felt like a Bible Study and created such a drive in me to read the whole Book, which I did. I realized that some of my favorite verses in the Bible are from Job – Chapters 34-42. Thank you for the inspiration and wisdom, which are already coming to bless, from this story and Lesson.

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