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This month’s Plus One is the NIV Application Commentary: Job.

Dig deeper with Job

In this commentary, John Walton (professor of Old Testament at Wheaton College) suggests that the book of Job isn’t focused just on the nature of suffering, the way we’ve always thought. Rather, it’s all about the nature of righteousness.

That’s a distinction that applies to the way we live our lives.

Because if our questions are too limited, he writes, we can instead begin to ask the better questions which lead to even more significant answers—and ultimately to the wealth this book has to offer. As we deepen our questions, God transforms how we think about his work in the world, and about our responses in times of suffering.

In the end it’s not just about Job and his hardships. It’s also about us, and about God.

Discover part of something bigger

As part of the NIV Application Commentary series, this volume’s tools, ideas, and insights will help you communicate God’s Word and understand your faith in the context of contemporary culture. The exegetical, literary, and grammatical summaries will benefit any scholar or Bible student. Pastor Charles Stanley calls the series “biblically trustworthy, but also contemporary.”

And with Logos, Scripture passages link to Greek and Hebrew texts, along with English translations. Powerful search tools offer instant access to the information you need for research projects, sermon preparation, or personal study.

Add NIV Application Commentary: Mark and NIV Application Commentary: Job to your library today for just $1.99.

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Comments

  1. Donna Cazemier says:

    I love logos, to study for my own personal use, maybe to teach other women that need help, Just waiting on the Lord to see what he wants me to do.

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