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God Speaks: Finding Hope in the Midst of Hopelessness

Format: Digital
, 2013


When pain or tragedy strikes, the first question most of us ask is, “Why?” The biblical book of Job tells the story of a man who lost everything—his children, his wealth, and even his health—and also wanted to know “why?” Why should he, a God-fearing man, suffer so much? Why did God allow it?

Job did not get the answer he expected. In fact, God asked questions of his own—70 questions, to be exact. In his response to a grieving, broken man, we can catch glimpses of hope in the midst of our own suffering. Ray Comfort explains that when God speaks, he transforms you and forever changes your perspective on suffering and faith.

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If you like Ray Comfort, be sure to check out Ray Comfort Collection (4 vols.).

  • Addresses human suffering and the goodness of God
  • Includes treatment of major sections in the book of Job
  • Focuses on the transformative power of suffering
  • Job and Tragedy
  • Job and Evil
  • Job and Karma
  • Job and Justice
  • Job and Tough Questions
  • Job, the Hand-made Man
  • Job and the Law
  • Job and Salvation
  • Job and Moral Relativism
  • Job and Messianic Prophecy
  • Job and Lady Gaga
  • Job and Idolatry
  • Job and Trust
  • Job and Scientific Truths
  • Job and Lust
  • Job and “If”
  • Job and Water
  • Job and the Wonders of Creation
  • Job and the Holocaust
  • Job and the Dinosaur
  • Job and the Future
  • Job and Love
As life inevitably takes each of us through sufferings similar to that of Job, we will no doubt have questions similar to those Job asked. ‘Where is God in all this?’ ‘Why doesn't He deliver me?’ God Speaks gives answers, and with those answers comes much-needed comfort.

Kirk Cameron, actor and coauthor of Still Growing and Conquer Your Fear, Share Your Faith

The storms of this life are inevitable, and we know from scripture that only those who build their house on the rock will survive. God Speaks lays out God’s building plans through the gospel simply and succinctly. It is the perfect gift for those who don’t know the Lord as well as for those who need comfort in tribulation.

—Todd Friel, host, Wretched

  • Title: God Speaks: Finding Hope in the Midst of Hopelessness
  • Author: Ray Comfort
  • Publisher: Regal
  • Print Publication Date: 2013
  • Logos Release Date: 2014
  • Pages: 240
  • Language: English
  • Resources: 1
  • Format: Digital › Logos Research Edition
  • Subject: Bible. O.T. Job › Criticism, interpretation, etc
  • Resource ID: LLS:9781441266057
  • Resource Type: Monograph
  • Metadata Last Updated: 2019-11-12T02:16:11Z
Ray Comfort

Ray Comfort (1949–) is a Christian author, evangelist, and television host. After being ordained as a full-time pastor, Comfort spent three and a half years pastoring in Christchurch, New Zealand, and 12 years preaching in the city’s Speaker’s Corner.

Around 1974, Comfort started Living Waters Publications, which began as a free evangelistic newspaper with Gospel tracts. In 1989, he joined the pastoral staff at Calvary Chapel in California.

Comfort cohosts the television program The Way of the Master with Kirk Cameron, on which they teach viewers how to share their faith and address difficult situations and questions. He has written over 60 books, including The School of Biblical EvangelismGod Doesn’t Believe in AtheistsHow to Win Souls & Influence People, and several other titles about the importance of evangelism, which appear in the Ray Comfort Collection (4 vols.).