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April 07th, 201210:45 AM ETBy Diane CastroOne of my favorite music videos is “I Know My Redeemer Lives,”* with Team Hoyt, a father-son marathon/triathlon team. It is a beautiful picture of a father’s powerful love and a son’s trusting love. The song is based on Job’s declaration at the heart of the book of Job: “I know that my Redeemer lives, and that in the end he will stand u...
February 24th, 201203:40 PM ETBy Diane CastroOur Bible study has just begun a study of Job, the ancient book that deals with the age-old question of why there is suffering in the world. My understanding of suffering has evolved as I have come to believe that God will eventually eradicate all suffering from His creation. I hope that our study of Job will continue to shape my understanding of t...
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