naalala ko itong "book of job" nalaman ko lang kasi itong istorya na ito dahil sa dating kaibigan.
nagsilbing kalakasan ko kasi ito ng mga panahong sobrang kapos at labis labis ang aking mga pangangailangan. konti konting inaaral at isinasabuhay itong munting aral.
lumipas ang panahon, yung taong nag share sa akin nito eh hindi ko maintindihan kung naiintindihan nya yung halaga ng istorya na ito. kung ang mga lumalabas ba sa kanyang bibig ay sya nyang ipinamumuhay. sana..sana..sana..sana marinig nya ang sarili nya.
iyong kasi ang unang hakbang ng katapangan sa buhay. pag naririnig mo ang sinasabi mo magiging mag makabuluhan ang iyong sarili. tapos dun mo na matututunan yung tama at mali.
tapos papasok na yung tinatawag na paninindigan. di ka kasi pwedeng atras abante sa buhay.
pag mali ka..mali ka..MATUTO NG MABILIS..pag tama ka..tama ka..hindi pwedeng mali na na tama ka pa. kasi pag ganun...tatamaan ka.
lagi ko ngang ishinishare sa mga kasama ko sa office. walang taong walang problema.
pero gamitin ang problema para lalong lumakas sa hamon ng buhay. pag nakita mo sya na isang problema..yari ka..lalo na pag dinagdagan mo pa sya ng isa pang problema..mas yari ka.
gamitin mo sya dapat para maging iyong kalakasan...pero dapat..makatotohanan. di bumabata ang tao..tumatanda at dapat makita natin iyon..bawat oras at araw na kapabayaan...magsisilbing kasiraan at kahinaan.
Author: The Book of Job does not specifically name its author. The most likely candidates are Job, Elihu, Moses and Solomon.
Date of Writing: The date of the authorship of the Book of Job would go in connection with the author of the Book of Job. If Moses was the author, the date would be around 1440 B.C. If Solomon was the author, the date would be around 950 B.C.
Purpose of Writing: The Book of Job helps us to understand the following: Satan cannot bring financial and physical destruction upon us unless it is by God's permission. God has power over what Satan can and cannot do. It is beyond our human ability to understand the "why's" behind all the suffering in the world. The wicked will receive their just dues. We cannot always blame our suffering and sin on our lifestyles. Suffering may sometimes be allowed in our lives to purify, test, teach or strengthen the soul. God remains enough, deserves and requests our love and praise in all circumstances of life.
Key Verses: Job 1:1, "In the land of Uz there lived a man whose name was Job. This man was blameless and upright; he feared God and shunned evil."
Job 1:21, "Naked I came from my mother's womb, and naked I will depart. The LORD gave and the LORD has taken away; may the name of the LORD be praised."
Job 38:1-2, "Then the LORD answered Job out of the storm. He said, 'Who is this that darkens my counsel with words without knowledge?'"
Job 42:5-6, "My ears had heard of you but now my eyes have seen you. Therefore I despise myself and repent in dust and ashes."
Brief Summary: Why do the righteous suffer? This is the question raised after Job loses his family, his wealth, and his health. Job's 3 friends, Eliphaz, Bildad and Zophar, come to comfort him and to discuss his crushing series of tragedies. They insist his suffering is punishment for sin in his life. Job, though, remains devoted to God through all of this and contends that his life has not been one of sin. A fourth man, Elihu, tells Job he needs to humble himself and submit to God's use of trials to purify his life. Finally, Job questions God Himself and learns valuable lessons about the sovereignty of God and his need to totally trust in the Lord. Job is then restored to health, happiness and prosperity beyond his earlier state.
Practical Application: Don't get angry at God. Use problems to strengthen your character and bring glory to God. Refuse to be proud. Do you feel like God has left you to face your problems alone? Trust God to work in your life day by day. Let God be your source of security.