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The Poetry Project: Job by Angela Williams is a poetic narration of the book of Job from the Bible. The book begins with Satan challenging Job's faithfulness to God, which he attributes to the blessings given to him. Trusting in Job’s loyalty, God allows Satan to do whatever he wants to Job, but not take his life. Job loses everything and goes through trials that make him wish for death. He is accused of being a fraud and feels betrayed and forsaken, but after reflecting on his life, Job decides to trust in God’s plan and love for him. Get a copy of this book to learn about God’s mercy and restoration power.
Job’s story is a beautiful example of the Christian journey, which requires endurance and faith. Angela Williams' modern retelling of the story is spectacular and makes it more relatable. I loved reading her first book in this collection, The Poetry Project: Genesis, and I must confess she does not disappoint. Her rhythmic words and biblical and historical knowledge are a trademark that makes these books informative and memorable. The lessons about staying blameless and righteous in all situations, not concentrating on earthly gains and praise, and not judging your fellow man, are encouraging and life-changing. Apart from the poems, The Poetry Project: Job also contains powerful prayers you can use in your daily life. Remember, just as the phoenix rises from the ashes, or the rainbow comes after the storm, God will vindicate you and make you stronger after a trial. I highly recommend this author and her work, and I hope more people read this book and are encouraged to continue trusting in God’s will and plan for their lives.