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The Silent Treatment (Job 23:8-14)

Bo Grace, November 26, 2017
Part of the series, preached at a Sunday Morning service

We live in a world that is filled with noise, and many of us are dependent upon it. Silence is often uncomfortable. Some of you cannot be at home without the TV being on… even if you are not watching it. Just look around at all the people who have on earphones… when they work, when they drive, when they are trying to go to sleep. It seems that silence has become something we avoid.
Have you ever been at a point in your life when it seemed as if God was giving you the SILENT TREATMENT? Sometimes it is in a crisis and no matter how hard you pray, you just cannot hear from God. The title of the message today is: THE SILENT TREATMENT, and it is all about those times when you just cannot hear from, or experience the presence of God.

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