Job’s wife. Furrowed brows often accompany the mere mention of her name. Why is this so?
Are we a people of peace or a pack of finger-pointers?
In the end—and in every situation—we never know the whole story.
In God’s courtroom, Satan is the prosecutor and we are the accused. But we have a lawyer . . . and, as Lesleigh Bower writes, He is “no ordinary lawyer”. (Fundamental Belief #24)
Justification: “to make righteous”, or “to declare righteous”? Errol Webster discusses the two radically different views.
“The eyes of others our prisons; their thoughts our cages.”—Virginia Woolf