And Job Lived Happily Ever After . . . Or Did He?

By Charles R. Swindoll

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Job 42:10–17

Wouldn’t it be great if we could be in Job’s position at the end of the book without going through what he did through the book? How good would it be to gain his knowledge without all the suffering. But that’s impossible! It takes fire to refine gold. But after Job’s arduous refining, he became the personal recipient of four gold-like blessings from the hand of God: his possessions were doubled, his relatives and friends emerged, his children were replaced, and he was given a long and satisfying life.

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Job: A Man of Heroic Endurance.

Product Code: JHED20/JHEM20

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