Prayer: Job
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Abraham, the Man of Prayer
... Almighty God knew His servant Job as a man of prayer, and He could afford to send
these friends of Job to him to pray in order to carry out and fulfill His ...
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Job --Groping
pray.""Luke 11:1. "Oh that I knew where I might find Him! ...
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Meditations to Stir us up to Morning Prayer.
... when Eliphaz supposed that Job had cast off the fear of God, and that God had cast
Job out of his favour, he chargeth him that he restrained prayer before God ...
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Intercessory Prayer
... "The Lord turned again the captivity of Job, when he prayed for his friends."
Intercessory prayer was the omen of his returning greatness. ...
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... Thou castest off fear, and restrainest prayer before God.' Job 15:4. A
man that has left off prayer, is fit for any wickedness. ...
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The Pleading Note in Prayer
... We all understand the exclamation of the patriarch Job quite well""O that one ... Prayer,
in its most comprehensive sense embraces many states of the mind, and ...
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A Prayer to be Said for the Sick by them who visit Him.
... thy sick servant, unto thy eternal grace and mercy, in that prayer, which Christ ...
the holy Scripture; as"the three first chapters of the book of Job; the 14th ...
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Prayer and Trouble
... But are these not to be recognised in prayer? Are they to be excluded from God's
disciplinary processes? Job did not do so. Hear him in those familiar words. ...
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Why Job was So Great a Sufferer.
... of his prayer arose from this circumstance, that it was not improper for him to
ask forgiveness in prayer, when he really bestowed forgiveness himself. Job xvi ...
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... and failure, which forces men to believe that there is One who heareth prayer, forces
them ... I can plead with God like poor Job of old, even though in wild words ...
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Job 1:20,21
Then Job arose, and rent his mantle, and shaved his head, and fell down on the ground, and worshipped,
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