Dr. Jones became very ill with an unknown sickness. He faces a deadly infection in the hospital; the doctors did not know the source of his illness and how to begin treating him. Dr. Jones experiences unbearable pain; Mr. Gregory prayed for God to heal him. He promised the Lord, if, he is healed the book would be written. God heard his prayer and heals him, and then the book is written.
Mr. Gregory Jones is born in Durham, North Carolina. He is raised by his mother in a God – fearing home where the biblical principles are very important. He graduates from Methodist College and is a great athlete who plays basketball. After retiring from playing basketball, he is inducted into the Methodist College Hall of Fame. Later, he pursues a degree in Clinical Psychology and Religion. Dr. Jones spends a great deal of his time writing books and screenplays. He is the Founder of 3H and Pure Shooter. The purposes of these foundations are to help, heal and bring a restore hope to others. Eventually, Dr. Gregory is blessed with his own family, a wife and two children.
Firstly, this is a brief description from the book of Job’s story and it is in my own words. Job is a man who is a perfect, patience and upright man. His life is going well, and he has it all. He has a great family, wealth and is blessed with everything comprehensib...
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... Sometimes He wants those who suffer to be more dependent upon Him. It may be that He is trying to get our attention. We might even be sinning; however, we cannot always equate suffering with sin in those who love the Lord as we see with Job’s experience.
Job tears his clothes and shaves his head, and fell down onto the ground and still worshipped in prayers. In Job, we see a man who God allows to be directly attacked by Satan. He is an example of faithfulness as he loses everything important to him yet remains faithful to God. Its purpose is to demonstrate God’s faithfulness during a time of great suffering. At the ending of Job suffering God restored everything back to his and more. God awards those that suffer in His name and will be better than before. We must believe in God with all our heart, mind, soul, and body. God is a light when we face the darkness.
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