Few characters in the Bible know grief like Job did, and many remember his friends for not giving him the best advice in his time of need. In the third installment of our September series, Rev. Emily Penfield examines these companions from a different perspective--one that we can apply today.
To skip past the announcements, start at 4:48. To skip to the scripture, start at 14:12.
Scripture: Job 1: 3-22, 2: 11-13
Worship Leader/Sermon: Rev. Emily Freeman Penfield
Prayer: Kim Furlow
Scripture: Al Coltrane
Organist: Andy Plummer
Pianist: Lynn Miles
Soloist: Jane Somerset
"It Is Well With My Soul" (arranged by J. David Hunt)
"Sing Praise to God Who Reigns Above (1675) by Johann J. Schutz
"Teach Me Lord To Wait" (1953) by Stuart Hamblin
"It Is Well With My Soul" (1873) by Horatio Spafford
"If Thou But Suffer God to Guide Thee" (1657) by George Neumark
"Choral" from Suite Gothique (1895) by Léon Boëllmann
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