Wrestling with God

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Dr. Brown looks at the Jewish concept of wrestling with God to the point of challenging him as an act of faith, then catches up with Jewish world news and takes your Jewish-related calls. Listen live here 2-4 pm EST, and call into the show at (866) 348 7884 with your questions and comments.

 

Hour 1:

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: It’s wrong to accuse God, to attack God. But sometimes, out of a wounded heart, you speak strong words to Him, and they are words of faith.

 

Hour 2:

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: If your heart is wounded, if you feel that God has let you down, be honest with Him. He will prove Himself to be utterly faithful.

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5 Comments
  1. To Dr. Brown’s Admin’s:

    I clicked on “Listen Live Here” like I do sometimes and One Place doesn’t have the show streaming today. I’ve tried closing out my browser several times, but, it hasn’t worked.

  2. It’s one thing to say don’t give in, don’t compromise your convictions. But when you’re looking at the loss of your job, which can often lead to a loss of your home/apartment, it’s terrifying!

    I think Christians also have the assumption that if they do the right thing, they may suffer for a short time, but then things will work out in their favor. Like, this woman may sit in jail for a few weeks, but no more than that. They’ll let her out and some compromise will be made and she won’t lose her job. Or, she’ll lose her job but in short time she’ll be granted a different job.

    I’m sorry, but I don’t believe this any longer. I’ve been out of full time/permanent work for 8 years now. Not months, YEARS. No one believes me when I say it! My situation was not for reasons like this. But I did think I was doing the right thing at that time when I left.

    I feel like I’ve been utterly forgotten by God. I’ve worn myself out from crying and pleading for this to change.

    It hasn’t. No matter what I do, it won’t change. I’ve given up hope of ever getting out of here.

  3. Mo, Have hope in God. Everything changes. Nothing ever stays the same with us. The world is constantly changing. Even though there is nothing new, things still change. Even though there were jobs of old, new jobs do appear.

    May God restore all the years of loss to you. His mercies are always new.

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