The God Who Devastates by Art Katz

The sermon that woke me up from a spiritual sleep in early 2012. I was gathering preaching clips for For Today's Immortal record and when I came upon this I sat at our dining room table and wept. This began my love for the book of Job and my appreciation for God's sovereignty. I don't have words to express my gratitude to Art Katz, I never met him, but my life has never been the same since coming upon his sermons and his books. God has to this day used this voice and this demeanor to be one assistant to help keep my heart tender to the voice of God.

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Leviathan: A Hint Into God's Sovereign Control over Satan and Evil

Leviathan: A Hint Into God's Sovereign Control over Satan and Evil

My interest was first peaked in the book of Job early in 2012. I don’t see anything potentially more challenging to our contemporary Christianity than this book. It is at odds with all that is hellish and any remnant of hellishness in us will perhaps be revealed in the exposition of this book. It is considered by most scholars to be the earliest of the Old Testament books and my two cents would be that if we can stomach what the book of Job contains then we are on a good foundation to take in the rest of the Bible...

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