The Relationship Between God And God In The Life Of Job

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In the beginning was the genesis of creation, where had God moved by his spirit to create the Heavens, Earth, and mankind for a companionship with one of his own image. God wanted a relationship based on freewill for the product of true love. But the free will of mankind resulted in the fall from the grace of God. Because of God’s love, we can see the movement of God throughout history to reconcile the relationship between God and mankind back into right standing. The movement shows a trajectory approach for the growth of mankind as we move from an infant childlike faith to a full grown intimate relationship with God. And throughout the testimony of God through the prophets, God shows his plan through the promises that he made with Abraham. …show more content…
Though we don’t understand why the events unfold in the life of Job unfolded in the way that they did, we are called not to try to understand. But to trust God in all of his ways. We are to just honor him with Psalms in praise of who God is, what he has done and what he can do in our lives including those around us. Supported by the wisdom of the Proverbs to instruct us on how we should live and the pointlessness of human effort apart from a living relationship with God. But when we do live according to his ways and continue to walk with him, he shares his wisdom of love in a way in which he instructs on how it should …show more content…
From the prophet Isaiah, who tells of the destruction of Judah and proceeds to predict the restoration of the people from captivity. To Jerimiah who proclaimed the words given to him by God himself, also announcing the judgment of Judah and its sufferings upon capture of Jerusalem and the destruction of the temple. We also have Ezekiel with warnings and also tells his people that God will return them to Jerusalem and restore the temple. And Daniel, who is in exile and stands with God and continue to follow his ways during the period of exile brings recognition of the Israelite God to the King of Babylon in interpreting the visions. The prophet Hosea is suspected of being used as an allegory of how Israel has been unfaithful to God and how he lovingly receives the deceitful back into his love. The prophet Joel uses the allegory of locust to describe the oncoming invasion of the Babylonians. God also uses the prophet Amos to tell of the upcoming judgment to the kingdom of Israel. The prophet Obadiah prophesied against the Edomites, Jonah was sent by God to preach to the people of Nineveh, Micah who is predicting the fall of Samaria and peace in their latter days. And Nahum predicting the fall of Nineveh. Then there is the prophet Habakkuk who argues with God and

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