Bible Discovery TV - The Daily Show (2021)
Thinking We’re Helping; Job 20-23
Season 5, Episode 4 • 06-May-2021
What does it mean to be in the right or righteous? Is it obeying the law or being spiritual? A prevalent theme throughout the Old and New Testament is law and spirit are married like our thought and behavior, and it is impossible to be right with God without the promise and provision of Messiah: Jesus Christ. Jesus Christ came as truly man and truly God, died on the cross and paid the price of sin for us. This is not about the institution of the Church; it's about your relationship with Jesus Christ: God. In a similar way, Eliphaz poses a rhetorical question: “Can a man be profitable to God?” The short and obvious answer is no, but how is this relevant to the situation that Job finds himself in? Like following the law without spirit, or being spiritual without law, there are times when we make statements that are true, but they are irrelevant to the circumstance we are applying them to. We, too, are disconnected from the situation and do not understand. Don’t react like Eliphaz, act wise in Christ.
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