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Gareth, 41 y.o.
Aberdare, United Kingdom [Current City]
Online 6 hours ago
HAPPY NEW YEAR 2019 - updated Dec 31


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Some college

Joined 3 years ago, profile updated 2 years ago.

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Reply - Conversation - Dec 5
Let me alone; my days have no meaning.

Job 7: 16b

Job turns to God and complains about the difficulty of his present experience. He has given up. He thinks he will never see any relief and that he will go on like this to the end. And out of that meaningless suffering and hopeless darkness, he cries out in honest despair.
Have you ever felt that way? Lord, leave me alone. I've had enough! Why are you so intent on making life miserable for me? Why don't you just let me go? Job cries out in baffled bewilderment. Now, even at this point in the book, there are some things that we must constantly remember. One is that we know something about this scene that Job does not know. We are looking at the sufferings we go through. In every time of trial there are two purposes in view: Satan has his purpose, and God has His.

Satan's purpose; to use the priggish, well-intentioned comfort of his friends to irritate his soul; and to the silence of God to assault his spirit and break his faith. But the purpose is to teach you the truth and help him understand God much better. God's truth to answer Satan in the eyes of the principles of the whole universe and to prove him wrong in his philosophy of life. He has what he is doing. As the book of Job unfolds, we will see how this is gradually brought to light.

What is not always because we are sinful. We will know when it is. But if, like Job, you know of nothing you have done that you will have to deal with, it will look after the curtain of struggle.
Reply - Conversation - Dec 5
You are welcome my brother.
Reply - Conversation - Dec 5
Hi bro,how are you doing today?
Reply - Conversation - Dec 3
You are welcome)
Reply - Conversation - Nov 29
Thanks. All the best to you too!
Reply - Conversation - Nov 27
Reply - Conversation - Nov 27
you are welcome
Reply - Conversation - Nov 22
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Reply - Conversation - Nov 15
Hi! Sorry for having come across your post after so long, my best regards from Moscow!
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