Preview of Job #1

By Oscar M. Baker

Over in Job 16:21, Job gives his heart's desire for a savior or a mediator. And so he says these words, "O that one (someone) might plead for a man with God, as a man pleadeth for his neighbor! or for a friend, if you want to get the Hebrew on that)." Now he's wanting somebody, as a lawyer, an advocate, a mediator to plead his case with God. Isn't that anticipating the great work of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ? Oh how Job must have been looking down through the ages, and seeing what was necessary. And later on he sees even what is coming.

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RD 101 - Inspiration

By Jack Eberle

Psalms 12:1-2 forcefully reminds us of our present age. “They speak vanity every one with his neighbor…”, “double heart”. Verse 6 gives us the different picture. It is a picture of His holy Word: “The Words of the Lord are pure words; as silver tried in a furnace of earth, purified seven times.” Verse 7: “You shall preserve them from this generation ever.”

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