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Speaking to the Soul: Taming the Leviathan


by Maria Evans


Job 40:1,41:1-11


In our reading from Job, God is explaining divine might (and pushing at Job’s ego in the process) by bringing up Leviathan, and the impossibility of taming it.  Now, I don’t know much about Leviathan, but I can tell you about the time I caught a 43 lb catfish.  It was a long time ago–I was 13–and I’ve never caught a larger freshwater fish since.


My dad and I were running bank poles on the Chariton River and […]

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