Audio Drama Of Story Of Job
JOB AND THE ADVERSARY
There was a man who lived in the east named
Job. This man was perfect and upright in the
eyes of Elohim. He feared God and hated evil.
This man had so great material possessions that
he was the greatest of all the men of the east. He
had seven sons and three daughters for whom
he as family priest offered sacrifices continually
because they feasted so much. Job knew that
they potentially might sometimes despised the
thought of God.
Heylel decided to be this man’s Satan personally.
Every watchman and angelic being that could
find the time, watched the contest that the
adversary solicited between himself and the
man. Everyone knew Heylel’s theory that “all
beings only cared about themselves. Now if
the Elohim says that this man was like no other
alive, all Heylel figured he had to do was show
this man to be disloyal, selfish and only satisfied
when paid to prostitute himself.
Creatures reporting to God and presenting
visual information in thin air or space about
their mission. There are things in the whole
universe that these beings are reporting on.
It could be on any planet, star or even to
whole Galaxies. Heylel came too.
Elohim knows the thoughts of Heylel and
all his intents. Heylel knows Elohim knows and
he could care less. Elohim starts a conversation.
Elohim: “From where have you come?”
Heylel: “Going here and there in the earth
and walking all around in it.”
Elohim: “Have you considered my servant
Job, there is none like him in the earth.
He’s a perfect and upright man, one
that fears God and hates evil?”
Heylel: “Do Job fear you without pay?
You have surrounded him and all he has
with protection. You bless all he does and
gives him lots of stuff.” Heylel pauses
Then he continues. “Put forth you hand
now, and touch all he has and he will
curse your to your face.”
This is high stakes. The Adversary knows
that he will need to prove his point only
once. He also knows that if he fails, he will
have lost his idea that those who obey are
Elohim: “All that he has is in your power
but don’t put your hands on him.”
Heylel could hardly contain himself!
Finally, his theory could be proven
swift and easily, all because of a
huge mistake by Elohim.
AUDIO DRAMA OF THE STORY OF JOB
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IN OUR IMAGE
By: Bill Sullivan
in our image
after our likeness
An entertaining journey that begins
before earth and ends after earth
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