“I’m glad you had a nice trip home… Sorry you don’t have any beautiful scenery where you live,” I wrote, quite ignorantly, with unapologetic favoritism for the Pacific Northwest, in an email to my friend, […]
I know where wild horses roam free as the wind. It’s a peaceful place, high in the hills, where there are no fences. I’ve taken a few friends there, when the sun was sinking low […]
During the reign of Herod the Great, a royal caravan came from foreign lands east of Palestine. Sages, with an entourage of soldiers and slaves. Gentiles like Job, bringing precious gifts for an infant king […]
Adonai said to the satan, ‘Did you notice my servant Job? There is no one like him on the earth …’ Then the satan responded to Adonai, saying, ‘… strike everything that he has, and […]
Then ADONAI answered Job out of the whirlwind… ‘Now gird up your loins like a man; I will question you, and you will inform me!’”–Job 38:2-3 TLV The more I read The Book of Job, […]
The Book of Job is a portal into an unseen war, a tribute to the glory of God in creation, and a testimony to the fact that people inevitably disappoint each other and that great […]
Before Moses or Muhammad, there was a mighty son of the East who lost everything and wanted to appeal in heaven’s court with boldness (“like a prince”).
He’s cloaked in mystery.